Elon brings in the volume pic.twitter.com/MJw0E55RRp— Bullish Rippers (@BullishRippers) April 6, 2022
Before and after chart of $SPX:— Arastoo Fazeli (@ArastooFazeli) April 6, 2022
Posted here in my tweet yesterday too so followers can also see it IN ADVANCE. No accident, no coincidence in the market.#SPX #ES_F #SPY https://t.co/d56nqhvMEe pic.twitter.com/Lp77GHCigU
This is not a good trend, if you are a player in the EV market. [1/2] pic.twitter.com/TkHG6rHYyA— Tom McClellan (@McClellanOsc) April 6, 2022
Fed minutes just confirmed that balance sheet reduction will be DOUBLE what it was in 2018. Combined with 2x rate hikes.— Mac10 (@SuburbanDrone) April 6, 2022
One troll told me yesterday the minutes would be dovish. I don't know what he thinks now since I blocked him.
Transports are bidless. pic.twitter.com/bETiK3hYcK
FED minute=50 SPX points: (1) 30-min & 2hr chart, SPX is so oversold--normally means 2 options, either a 50+ mini-crash or a 50+ mini-melt-up. (2) I lean toward a fake down then big bounce to fill opening gap after FED minute. (3) not that it matters, the market needs an excuse.
4450.04 low: (1) you can't make this up--while I noted earlier that if 4450 lost, then run. (2) well, SPX dropped to 4450.04--I mean. (3) a zigzag small w-2 is most likely now, to fill the gap by tmrw. (4) since the key support is not broken, BIG ZIGZAG is still on the table. man
How it started on March 26th and how it is going! Go back and check my tweets about #Nasdaq since March 26th. I use Elliott Wave incl. Fibonacci. Subscribe to Zeberg Updates on https://t.co/1Cy03QuMgb. Weekly Live Show on Sundays, where you can ask questions - and request charts pic.twitter.com/kauXo7cEA3— Henrik Zeberg (@HenrikZeberg) April 6, 2022
What QT will look like for a while, until the next crisis sparks the mega-trillions QE pic.twitter.com/bW1YdaNuOh— zerohedge (@zerohedge) April 6, 2022
Equal weight Energy trounced its cap weighted brethren over past 12m, outperforming it by 8%, while in Technology and Consumer Discretionary, largest stocks have dominated, resulting in 13% underperformance of equal weight vs. cap weighted in both sectors— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) April 6, 2022