The Annual "Christmas Tree" stacking chart of historical annual returns for the S&P 500, published every Christmas week for the past 20 years.— Carter Braxton Worth (@CarterBWorth) December 23, 2021
Happy holidays to one and all. pic.twitter.com/Skd2pY9bUE
Fyi: Last Friday I made the case for a potential low on Monday the 20th & outlined the technical case in $RUT for a bullish falling wedge with risk into the support zone & target into the 200MA. It's now rallied 6% since the Monday lows & is getting close to the 200MA. https://t.co/8DXhwdbbsh pic.twitter.com/eJtrd6hdnE— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) December 23, 2021
What if people are wildly underestimating how much further -- how many more years — this bull market can run?— Barry Ritholtz (@ritholtz) December 23, 2021
What if we are still only in the 5th or 6th inning?
That is my thesis...
H/T @abnormalreturns https://t.co/11tBk5ClOG
Death cross on internet stocks heading into next week. Similar to April, except internals are far weaker.— Mac10 (@SuburbanDrone) December 23, 2021
Bulls, praying Jim Cramer comes down your chimney on Christmas Day, is your best option. pic.twitter.com/uRyJKclcih
The Power of Wave-extension: (1) it is hard to know in advance whether an IM would extend or not; (2) two signs, though, may give you a hint: A, a bull nest at the very beginning; B, back-to-back gap up; (3) the uptrend needs another small 5 wave to finish, around 4760 next Mon.
A minor change: (1) however you slice it, the ongoing upward move is part of a 3rd wave; (2) now I believe this is w-c of W-3 of ED/LD, with 4760 zone as target. (3) still, 4800-4820 is the final goal of the bullish move; also worth noting, a Diagonal will be retraced sharply.
The average family health insurance premium in the US has more than tripled since the "affordable" care act was signed into law back in 2010.— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) December 23, 2021
The biggest beneficiaries: health insurers.
United Health Group (the largest US insurer) is up 1,690% vs. a 408% gain for the S&P 500. pic.twitter.com/FN347QZT1c
Stocks levitated higher in holiday trade managing to deliver a day of net new highs - an improvement to breadth. Post-holiday trade will help show if it is a trend or not. We are in a chop market now without a sustained trend in breadth either way. Merry Christmas! pic.twitter.com/RirqOSwIHx— Matt Caruso, CFA, CMT (@Trader_mcaruso) December 23, 2021