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  • Market Views


    Technical View:

    The S&P closed moderately lower on Friday and suffered its worst week since before the Election amid concerns from Washington surrounding the GOP-led healthcare bill. Wednesday’s candle shifted a lot of the near-term momentum away from the bulls as we broke down under trend support from the November lows and below the 8-, 13-, and 20-EMA with all three sloping downward around the 2,360 level. Also, as noted on Thursday, get got our first 8/13 EMA crossover since 10-11. The 50-EMA is just below at 2,331 and then targeting the 2-9 breakout level at 2,301 and the 100-EMA at 2,286. Moving back above the moving-average cluster at Friday’s high would target the recent high-volume node at 2,385 and then 2,400.

    The latest AAII Sentiment Survey for the week ending 3/22 showed a 4.1% increase in bullish sentiment to 35.3%, a 4.1% increase in neutral sentiment to 34.2%, and an 8.2% decline in bearish sentiment to 30.5%. Neutral sentiment remains above the long-term average while bullish sentiment is just below the average. The NAAIM Exposure Index fell again this week to 68.68, the lowest level since before the Election. Lipper Fund Flows showed outflows of $1B from equities, the first week of outflows in more than five weeks. Taxable bonds saw inflows of $8.3B. As of Friday’s close, the NYSE had 67 new 52-week highs versus just 25 new lows while the Nasdaq ratio was at 72/44, more even breadth than we’ve seen recently. The percentage of S&P 500 stocks trading above their 50-day MA was 55.80% while the percentage above their 200-MA was 76.4%. The CBOE Equity P/C ratio closed at 0.69 and Index P/C ratio closed at 1.31. The NYSE Cumulative A/D closed rose modestly and just holding the 50-MA while Summation closed at 222.63, continued weakness. NYMO closed at -9.46.

  • Daily Freebies

    March 29, 2017

    Raytheon (RTN) shares pulling back to the 50-EMA this week and this afternoon a trader sells to open more than 5,400 May $145 puts for $1.85 down to $1.75

    Dicks Sporting Goods (DKS) spread this afternoon sells the June $45 puts to buy the $49/$55 call spread, 4,500X at a $0.40 net debit and follows a ratio call spread bought in the name yesterday

    EnCana (ECA) buyers of 7,500+ April $11 calls at $1.05, name with sizable bullish positions already in OI, interesting name with BHP seeking Oil & Gas acquisitions

  • Site News

    3/2 Update: I have removed the Trial option as I will be away March 17th to the 27th.

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