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Troy Bombardia

Joined: Sep 28, 2018
  • Analysis & Opinion

Troy Bombardia's Opinion & Analysis
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The greatest pain trade in today’s highly speculative environment is if financial markets “melt-up before they melt-down” (to borrow Julien Bittel‘s phrase). Bears feel intense...
Looking back, 2020 was a year that few will forget. From a markets point of view, it was a year in which “dumb money” (traders who chase trends) was the smart money. Global central bank...
As stocks rally into year-end, it’s important to remember that you don’t always need to trade. Going short a rally is dangerous since a rally can always overshoot expectations. Instead,...
Trade war news continues to dominate headlines, and the stock market continues to fall with Treasury bond yields. Tech (particularly FANG) massively underperformed other indices today due to...
The Dow fell for five consecutive weeks, and markets that are more impacted by the trade war have been impacted more. Here’s the return for various markets since the trade war began on January...
The stock market’s intraday volatility has been higher than usual yesterday, with stocks swinging up and down on trade war headlines. Tuesday’s headlines: Existing Home Sales is...
The stock market has been rallying throughout the day and selling off at night throughout the recent stock market decline. Is this the sign of something more sinister that’s going on in the...
The stock market tanked today on more trade war news. It currently sits at a decent support/resistance level. Let’s determine the stock market’s most probable medium-term direction by...
Instead of trying to predict when the economy will deteriorate in the distant future, we simply look for deterioration among the leading indicators. Instead of predicting the next 10 steps, we seek to...
The stock market has now fallen -3.9%, which is almost to the normal -5% level of what most traders define as a “correction”. Meanwhile, the charts look like they’re making a...