A false breakout on Monday followed by three down days, and finally a gap up on Friday … That’s what you call challenging market conditions.
So, last week’s headline was that there was some limited upside potential but there was generally thin participation.
It’s a similar sentiment this week but with the added comment that the bearish setups do look generally tidier.
With some notable exceptions, earnings has been pretty dull – just look at the pre- and post-earnings pies in the Dashboard.
As I review at least 200 stocks, the bullish setups aren’t as attractive looking as the bearish ones. This would suggest again, limited upside.
Watch the video for more detail.
The Main Indices:
For the second week running, the SPY was saved later on in the week. The DIA and QQQ may look robust to many observers, to me I question why there’s no OVI participation. The IWM also enjoyed a recovery Friday, but I think the upside for the mid-caps is seriously limited.
- Longer Term Market Timer (OVIsi): Still half-green and inching closer to a full green circle, though likely to stay half-green this week.
- Medium Term Swing Timer: Switching between positive and negative, and neither overbought nor oversold.
- SPY OVI: Still barely participating. Indeed it’s barely participating for any of the main indices. This again suggests limited upside.
Fast Filters Stock Selection:
Today I’ve looked at Post-Earnings filters as well as my other favourites. Previous weeks’ lists have done well, especially when we focused on setups near those Key Levels, and in particular those ones with Shrinking Retracements.
Here is a smaller list of stocks that look interesting for our consideration. Remember to reference the video so you know what my sentiment is on each one:
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