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Rant & Rave Blog

Here's What Stocks Are Shaking & Baking Today: SWFT, BHP, MDLZ, TSLA & More

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Monday, April 10, 2017, 09:06AM ET

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Can Stocks Shake Off Syrian Airstrike & Weak Non-Farm Payroll Report?

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Friday, April 07, 2017, 09:01AM ET

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S&P Analysis That Tells You Where The Market Is Going

Posted by Gareth Soloway Thursday, April 06, 2017, 03:56PM ET

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Boeing Co (BA): Next Leg Takes It Down To This Price, I Am Short

Posted by Gareth Soloway Thursday, April 06, 2017, 03:09PM ET

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Shares of Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) have a fantastic bear flag on the daily chart. This alerts investors to massive distribution (institutional selling) into dumb funds/average investor buying. That is why the angle of the bounce over the last week is so flat. Essentially, all the buying is being met with smart, big money selling. Whatever explanation you wish, the point is Boeing Co is going lower and fast. While there will be some bounces along the way, the ultimate downside target is $160.00. This means there is still over $17 in downside to come.

 

I am short and loving the bearish chart pattern setup. I will cover at $160.00. Note the chart below...

 

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Are General Motors & Ford Driving In Reverse?

Posted by Nick Santiago Thursday, April 06, 2017, 11:22AM ET

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Many of the leading automotive stocks have been declining lately on the back of very poor auto sales data. Car manufacturers, auto dealers, and auto part maker stocks have seen strong selling pressure since February. Last week, the credit rating agency Moody's also warned that weak U.S. auto sales could pose significant credit risk to the auto lenders. All of this news is weighing on the entire auto sector at this time.

Two of the leading U.S. car manufacturers that have declined sharply are General Motors Company (NYSE:GM), and Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F). It should be noted that General Motors (NYSE:GM) and Ford Motor Co (NYSE:F) stocks are now trading below its important 50-day moving average. This now puts these two leading auto stocks in a weak technical chart position. The good news for these stocks is that there are some solid institutional support levels just a bit lower than the current stock price. Traders should now watch the $32.00 level as major support for General Motors. This should be a solid bounce area for this stock. Ford Motor Co will have institutional support around the $10.35 level.

 

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The Trading Action Keeps Coming, Watch These Stocks: YUMC, BBBY, WGO, AMD & More

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Thursday, April 06, 2017, 08:59AM ET

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Shocking! See What Amazon (AMZN) Just Signaled To Traders

Posted by Gareth Soloway Wednesday, April 05, 2017, 04:05PM ET

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This Is Why I Am Short Oil Today

Posted by Gareth Soloway Wednesday, April 05, 2017, 02:45PM ET

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I am short oil. I did this simply because the chart dictated that message via multiple indicators, as follow...

 

First, prior to the recent collapse just weeks ago, crude oil was trading in a range of $55 as a high, down to $52 lows. After oil collapsed to $46, we have seen a technical bounce that touched the $52 today. This is major resistance because it is the former low end of the range.

 

The next factor is found on the USO, the ETF that tracks oil. Today it tagged the daily 200 moving average after a massive bounce run. In addition, the daily 50 moving average sits just pennies above. This signals a pull back, thus another signal to short.

 

Lastly, oil inventories continue to build. The U.S. is producing more and more oil, killing any price pressure from OPEC's production cuts. Oil above $50 will only increase U.S production. I expect another leg lower on oil in the coming weeks to $40.00. I am short and enjoying the small risk to big reward.

 

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Bond Yields On The Verge Of A Break-Out

Posted by Nick Santiago Wednesday, April 05, 2017, 10:21AM ET

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Many of the talking heads in financial media continue to say that yields on the 10-year U.S. Treasury Note ($TNX) cannot and will not trade above the 2.60 percent level. It should be noted that the 2.60 percent level has been resistance since December 2016. The support level on the yield chart since that time has been 2.30 percent. Currently, the 10-year U.S. Treasury Note yield is hovering around 2.37 percent level. Many traders and investors are thinking that yields are going to fall further, but all that's happening on the chart is long term consolidation. The high range of the chart consolidation range is 2.60 percent and the low end of the range is 2.30 percent..

If traders look at a monthly yield chart they will see a nice tight consolidation pattern. Should this pattern on the monthly chart play out as expected it signals a move in the 10-year U.S. Treasury Note yield to around 2.82% and possibly higher. The same pattern is also forming on the 30-year U.S. Treasury Note yield ($TYX). This monthly chart pattern signals a move to the 3.43 percent level and possibly more. The bottom line is that yields are poised to move higher very soon.

There are a few ways to play bond yields as a stock trader. One way to trade the 10-year U.S. Treasury Note yield is to play the ProShares UltraShort 7-10 Year Treasury (NYSEARCA:PST). This ETF will track the yield chart on the 10-Year Treasury. If traders are looking to trade the 30-year U.S. Treasury Note yield they can play the ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (NYSEARCA:TBT).

 

 

 

 

Nick Santiago

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Panera Bread Rises On Buyout, Watch These Sympathy Plays: CMG, BWLD, WEN

Posted by Nicholas Santiago Wednesday, April 05, 2017, 08:59AM ET

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