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Squawk Morning Briefing: On Track

Tuesday’s price action in U. S. equities was choppy and overlapped as expected. While that made intraday trading on Tuesday a difficult proposition, the fact that it fit our broader outlook kept our big picture scenario on track.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Discretion Is The Better Part of Valor

The bounce we are following seems to be on track. However, in the very short-term there are clues which suggest the the immediate price action might be tricky. Today seems like a good idea to just step aside and let things happen rather than actively seeking new positions.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Watching The Bounce

While today’s videos consider alternate possibilities, it appears as if we are in a bounce following a five-wave move down in U. S. equities. As we have held for some time, the important thing to watch for will be what happens in this first bounce so we’ll we watching closely for clues about the […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: Geopolitical Jolt

Overnight futures reacted swiftly to the authorization for air strikes in Iraq, a move that has been already erased this morning. There were clues that the selling was overdone, crude oil and gold both rallied on the news but not nearly to the extent one would expect if there was real worry about a […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: Risk To The Upside

We have been looking for the start of a bounce even though it might just be a counter-trend retracement. It is possible that Wednesday’s low in U. S. equities represents that low and the bounce is ongoing but it is premature to conclude that the low is in. Nevertheless, at this point we […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: Reaching For Support?

It appears as if Tuesday’s action brought the fifth wave we were looking for. More downside is still possible as U. S. equities reach for support but once a fifth wave is complete we would expect to see some sort of a bounce.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Five Down?

While still unconfirmed, it appears as if we might be closing in on five waves down from the all-time high in the S&P 500. If so, that would set up a bounce and the nature of any bounce would likely tell the story of the near-term trend.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Is A Bounce Due?

As the decline in U. S. equities continues to take on more of an impulsive appearance, our attention turns to the question of how far it might travel before we see a bounce.

Squawk Morning Briefing: Unmistakable Signs

Thursday brought the unmistakable characteristics of a third wave which we were looking for to increase the odds that the week-long decline we’ve been tracking in U. S. equities could be the start of something bigger. That outcome is now more likely, although it is not yet confirmed. Today’s videos discuss what we […]

Squawk Morning Briefing: Questions About The Selling

The DJIA closed down yesterday while the NASDAQ 100 was positive and the S&P 500 was nearly flat. Divergent action near a reversal isn’t a concern, but the wild intraday swings are. If a significant top in the S&P 500 has been struck then we would like to count the decline as currently […]

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