S&P 500 (SPX)

4,136.5
-43.3(-1.04%)
  • Open:
    4,136.7
  • Day's Range:
    4,123.4 - 4,182.4
  • 52 wk Range:
    3,491.7 - 4,637.3

S&P 500 Overview

Prev. Close
4,179.8
Volume
0
Day's Range
4,123.4-4,182.4
Open
4,136.7
Average Vol. (3m)
2,362,808,064
52 wk Range
3,491.7-4,637.3
1-Year Change
-8.09%
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    • joke job?
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      • Use next week's dip or pullback after reading this to understand why 2023 you want to be long as the evidence grows. https://www.investing.com/news/economy/signs-of-market-strength-cheer-us-stocks-bulls-2995344
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        • considering earnings are much weaker compared to last year and getting weaker. I am personally not going to be backing the truck up anytime soon, not to suggest my equity exposure is 0%. more so to point out that I don't think we are out of the woods yet. the market is pricing in a perfectly reactive fed, but I think we all know, proven by history, that the fed always operates on a lag. I think they will keep rates elevated into something breaks, as Powell has put it
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      • can someone please tell me if it's going down on Monday?
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        • typo: ride = rid
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        • I am looking to ad long exposure at around 294 on the QQQ and then more at 289-290 which I see as the bottom of this leg down.
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        • thank you so much for your reply
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      • This happens again and again, false beliefes lead to a rally of 13%. And then it all blows to he***. If you don't believe me just check our history: 2008 2001 1973, same stuff, again and again.
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        • Hi Ben, with all due respect, you're on the wrong year(s). This isn't 2022; it's 2023; that matters. The Seven Year market cycle that W.D. Gann observed well over a century ago and consequently made over $50 million dollars by identifying other cycles and patterns, when $50M was a hell of a lot of money, means 2023 is more like buying equities in 2016, 2009, 2002, 1995 and after the 1987 Oct. Black Monday, or just before Reagan's election. It means there will still be turbulence this year and next, but that history shows it's the right year to begin putting cash to work that should have set aside two years before. We must pay attention to data patterns and cycles, and where we are within them. Many people are thinking beyond the volatility of last year or even this year. SPX closed last year nearly 20% down, and has rallied nearly 10% since then, on top of the rally before October. We have a higher high during the holiday season retreat. The pullback that began today and continues all next week will prove to be a good spot to buy for the market indexes, particularly for Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000. Sure, many stocks are still neutral and some bearish, but a lot have a bullish pattern intermediate term based on weekly charts and price pressure momentum. I use Chaikin PowerGuage Report to vet the ones I'm considering. It's comprehensive and proven, somewhat pricey but worth it one invests enough. It's hardly my only subscription investment research tool but is one of my favorites and a confidence booster.
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        • I agree, seems the reccession is postponed a while. It seems the American consumer has not adjusted to inflation yet, buying everything they have come accustomed to and the fact CC debt is at record highs with savings at record lows tells me the piper is about to be paid as everyone is overleveraged. There was a report this week saying a lot of people are dipping into their 401KS as well now. Once the credit cards are maxed out, we lose the consumer and at that point, we lose the market for that big, last leg down to my 3300 target.
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      • What is the narrative for the drop? That strong jobs means there is more room for even more hikes? Honestly, that would make sense. Either way, this market is very extended at this point, and any trigger is going to carry it down--even if it is just momentum that gets going.
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        • Yes, 100%. And yes, the narrative that media uses to explain the technicals that were already forecasted to demand an imminent retracement is FOMC higher rates for longer along with corp. earnings concerns for one of the most valuable corporations showing where consumers are not spending.
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        • You are correct, this is what the permabull doesn't understand. Yes, we will have a strong 2-3 weeks here but the fed NEEDS there to be a reccession for inflation to really drop. This includes massive layoffs, wage drops and drops in consumer spending. That is when the market turns blood red. This is short term good news for markets, long term bad.
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      • Now take government make work jobs out of the picture and watch what happens
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        • Powell speaking at noon Tuesday
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          • One Big Lesson To The BHOOL S.. t Aspirants, The Media And Pundits Don't Provide Free Lunch.By Your Experience You'll Find Correct Results.
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            • Time to RAMP the close!!! The Republic must go on!!!
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