In last week's AAII sentiment survey Bears outnumbered Bulls by 30%.— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) January 31, 2022
That's more fear than we've seen in 98% of historical readings with data going back to 1987. pic.twitter.com/q0ot6jQGgb
🚨BREAKING🚨— unusual_whales (@unusual_whales) January 31, 2022
House Republican Pat Fallon, known for his late financial disclosures of up to $18 million in 2021, was day trading on December 16, 2021. Bought and sold $TWTR puts with a next-day expiry.
Link: https://t.co/lodTLfc2N5 pic.twitter.com/uKuY7pEglG
Here comes Marko— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) January 31, 2022
JPMORGAN: “The equity market sell-off is overdone in our view, and we reiterate our call to buy the dip .. While jitters around a Fed hiking cycle are understandable, .. the risk is that inflation-related data improve and fewer hikes are ultimately delivered.” pic.twitter.com/musKmrT3TB
$VIX $SPY $QQQ— Ripster (@ripster47) January 31, 2022
VIX , big fade since open and market been trending
Ideally 25 is biggest support but has some under 26 area as well
VIX bounce on support will give some pullback to market
Overall as long as under 28/30, market can hold ,watch that for your short/long#update pic.twitter.com/m5rpxOPTHd
Heavy-weight week: (1) Tue, Wedn & Thur features four of TOP TEN weighting companies on SPX's list--for a combined 10% weight. (2) Google, Meta & Amzn will bring their term record to the table--from what MSFT & APPL have proved, I don't know how you dare hold bearish position o/n
Next Step: (1) See the noted chart below; I pretty much laid out all my take of market in last 3-wks tweets. If I were you, I would check first bf asking Q.
Men will literally watch The Big Short this weekend instead of having sex pic.twitter.com/2tdIkQJ4kS— Wall Street Memes (@wallstmemes) January 22, 2022
Getting a lot of questions how high.— Beau (@Norseman1) January 31, 2022
This is how high. Already drew it out over the weekend.
I’m looking at this as false rally, cake eaters rally, suckers rally. Even though we may get FTD. https://t.co/gAhCU2rDr5
The carnage in the NASDAQ is greater now than it was during the 2020 COVID correction if using the number of NASDAQ stocks down 50% or more as a benchmark.— 📈 Markets & Mayhem 📉 (@Mayhem4Markets) January 30, 2022
The last time index components were this beaten down was the Great Financial Crisis, and before that the Dot Com Bust. pic.twitter.com/1C975ITxOZ