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  • Market Views


    Technical View:

    The S&P closed flat for the week and held the 8-EMA at 2,500 last week after a strong four-week run to new highs. Support below remains at 2,484 and the early-September breakout while 2,450 key is we see more selling pressure. Some of the momentum indicators like MACD and RSI both showing signs of turning over from recent overbought levels, perhaps sign of a modest retracement or consolidation. The recent breakout still measures out to 2,550/2,565. Tech lagged with the Nasdaq the only major index in the red while small-caps and the IWM broke out to new highs.  Bonds and gold fell for the second straight week back to their respective 13-week EMAs.

    The latest AAII Sentiment Survey for the week ending for the week ending 9/20 showed a 1.2% decline in bullish sentiment to 40.1%, a 4.1% decline in Neutral sentiment to 32.7%, and a 5.2% rise in bearish sentiment at 27.2%. Bullish sentiment remains elevated after last week’s jump. NAAIM Exposure index rose to 74.89, a slight rise after falling to five-month lows last week. Equity fund flows for the week showed inflows of $803M while taxable bonds saw inflows of $7B. The percentage of S&P components above their 50-day MA was 62.8%, off recent highs, while the percentage above the 200-MA rose to 70.8%. DSI bulls for the S&P fell to 71% from 75% and still slightly elevated into the recent run higher.  The number of new highs minus new lows was 135, remaining strong the last two weeks. CBOE Put/Call equity ratio was 0.77, the highest level since mid-August and out of a multi-week range while Index P/C ratios were 0.96, more neutral.  Summation continued to climb hitting 673.54 while cumulative TICK made new highs.

  • Daily Freebies

    September 15, 2017

    Starbucks (SBUX) seeing 2,950 April 2018 $57.5 calls trade near $1.89 where 3,700 opened earlier this week

    Pepsi (PEP) seeing another 5,000 October $115 puts sold to open this morning near $1.78, spot where 3,500 sold to open on 7/26, started Outperform at Macquarie this morning

    Liberty Broadband (LBRDK) with 10,000 October $125 calls opening $0.45/$0.50, owns big stake in CHTR

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