An incredibly important sector that is not participating in the rally currently. In mid 2005 the $HGX peaked while the $SPX continues to rally. Currently, housing peaked in May 2021 while the market continued to rally.— Figuring Out Money (@mikepsilva) April 5, 2022
Need participation from housing. pic.twitter.com/Xwek05IyCx
And another week of aggressive open-market buying by corporate insiders of Nasdaq 100 Index companies. Which again raises the questions:— Jay Kaeppel (@jaykaeppel) April 5, 2022
*Are they crazy?
*Or do they no something we don’t?
*Should bullish case be given the benefit of the doubt?#sentimentrader pic.twitter.com/AzFVkn4eKE
Bulls, your margin call and recession are arriving at the exact same time. pic.twitter.com/BSJ24P0fm9— Mac10 (@SuburbanDrone) April 5, 2022
#Fed to begin ‘rapid’ balance sheet reduction as soon as May, says top official. Lael Brainard suggests US central bank is prepared to take ‘stronger’ action on raising interest rates. https://t.co/5aYNkhZFLu pic.twitter.com/ezohlqmGOO— Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) April 5, 2022
$QQQ #tradingtips #setups #system— Ripster (@ripster47) April 5, 2022
Nasdaq 10 min on EMA Clouds
Difference between yesterday and today, where is the trend
10 min 34-50 will tell you
Rest VIX will tell you
Combine both to trade Calls/Puts on QQQ SPY
Newbie option traders should stick with these both pic.twitter.com/cyAYzi2oHq
Completed the turnaround (though missed my 4600 target by 7 points) to the Crime Scene--now, back down to retest the neckline at 4540--like I mentioned, by noon.
Just as I expected. Should close a bit higher than 4540, better 4550.
Blue: G5 Credit Impulse, leads by 12 months— Alf (@MacroAlf) April 5, 2022
Orange: SPX YoY earnings growth, lags by 12 months
After the fastest credit creation ever recorded since the '70s, we are now witnessing the sharpest credit impulse contraction.
Less animal spirits.
Lower earnings. pic.twitter.com/5DRiQcTD6t
S&P 500 div yield = 1.43%— Liz Young (@LizYoungStrat) April 5, 2022
10-Yr Treasury yield = 2.55%
The spread between the two is at its widest since Q4 2018 when the market got spooked by tightening. Not saying this is an inflection point, but bonds are getting cheaper in a jiffy. pic.twitter.com/ISLRna7fIx