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Jani Ziedins

Joined: May 12, 2015
  • Analysis & Opinion

Jani Ziedins's Opinion & Analysis
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Tuesday was a dreadful session for the S&P 500. While the index only lost 0.24%, the price action leading to that small decline was atrocious. And I’m saying that as a person who typically defends...
Monday started off well enough for the S&P 500 with the index quickly bouncing above the key 4,400 support level shortly after the open. While it was a promising start, unfortunately, it was all...
The S&P 500 continues flip-flopping between freaking out and getting over it. Thursday was the first session the index reclaimed 4,400 in over a week and at least for the moment, bulls seem to be...
Wednesday’s resilient price action shows overnight traders don’t have a clue what they’re doing. The S&P 500 opened Wednesday’s session by gapping down nearly 1%. But those opening levels were as bad...
Meltdown, bounce back, meltdown, bounce back; the S&P 500 continues wrestling with what it wants to do next. Following Monday’s meltdown, it felt like we were standing on a trapdoor, waiting for that...
The S&P 500 remains near multi-week lows as it processes the recent selloff. Higher or lower, that is the question. And right now the S&P 500 is standing on the trapdoor. The encouraging news is we...
Thursday was an ugly session for the S&P 500 with the index giving up early gains and closing deep in the red. This bearish intraday reversal tells us dip-buyers are still MIA and that is not a good...
The S&P 500 bounced back from Tuesday’s thrashing, that is if a 0.16% gain qualifies as “bouncing back." The best we can say about Wednesday’s lethargic price action is at least the rout didn’t...
Tuesday’s -2% bloodbath was the ugliest session for the S&P 500 since May. And this decline leaves the market teetering on the edge of collapsing under last week’s closing lows (4,357). From there it...
The S&P 500 crashed at Monday’s open and the selling accelerated through the day. Luckily, a last minuted bounce prevented it from turning into the worst day of the year. And wouldn’t you know it,...