historical SPR Releases... backfire pic.twitter.com/VgGKdZV50x— Special Situations (@rosemontseneca) November 24, 2021
Chart: passenger electric vehicles are now 10% of total car sales. And most of those sales are pure battery EV, not plug-in hybrid. pic.twitter.com/hZhnvKuiEQ— Nat Bullard (@NatBullard) November 24, 2021
Interesting how market narratives change over time.— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) November 24, 2021
10-year yields are almost back to their March highs.
Back then, yield curve control was the prevalent narrative.
This time, it's all about tapering.
Will be surprised if 10-year yields don't reach 2.5% in the next 12 months. pic.twitter.com/1aFuzpQBbO
Repeat after me...— Patrick Karim (@badcharts1) November 24, 2021
"It's the INFLATION adjusted US Dollar index that matters."
How many more charts do you guys want to be convinced?https://t.co/rD8Wx6ao9G #debt #inflation #silver #gold pic.twitter.com/1e4vrM2HiY
November Vehicle Sales Forecast: Increase to 13.6 million SAAR https://t.co/fluo6YAmbq— Bill McBride (@calculatedrisk) November 24, 2021
Looks like supply chain disruption bottom is in! pic.twitter.com/ADVPI99NRl
MACD: (1) SPX is at 4687 right now--the support line turning into resistance. (2) I don't think the market will blast through it with ease. (3) from the perspective of MACD, it needs at least one more RED daily candle to bend the line even lower, to create enough room for a div.
"Kill Time", Indeed: (1) ever since the orange W-4 mark was put on the chart, the SPX has been "range-bound for some time to digest"-- in fact, more than 14 days after this tweet. (2) I expected a mild 23.6% W-4 correction to "4620 zone" when SPX at 4708. It hit 4630--the zone.
US Dollar could turn back down at ANY moment...#usdollar #debt #silver #gold #inflation #fintwit pic.twitter.com/Ba2Ye16YPK— Patrick Karim (@badcharts1) November 24, 2021
Over the last two weeks, clear bullish divergence between BTC supply moving to strong hands and price. pic.twitter.com/6jeairtXX8— Will Clemente (@WClementeIII) November 24, 2021
Net income for the container shipping industry was $48 billion in the third quarter, according to data from @mccown_john, up from $5 billion in the same quarter a year ago.https://t.co/CbqUxuTUKP pic.twitter.com/adabhMeA7B— Tracy Alloway (@tracyalloway) November 24, 2021
The total number of people traveling for Thanksgiving this year — by car, bus, train or plane — could reach 95% of 2019 levels.— Axios (@axios) November 24, 2021
JPMorgan Chase card-spending ain’t looking back.— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) November 24, 2021
(via JPM) pic.twitter.com/bihXx96pGq