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Stock Market Today: January 14th - 18th, 2019

Discussion in 'Stock Market Today' started by bigbear0083, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. bigbear0083

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    Welcome Stockaholics to the trading week of January 14th!

    This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:
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    Major Indices End of Week:
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    Major Futures Markets on Friday:
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    Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:
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    What to Watch in the Week Ahead:

    • Monday

    Earnings: Citigroup, Shaw Communications

    • Tuesday

    Earnings: J.P. Morgan Chase, UnitedHealth, Wells Fargo, Delta Air Lines, United Continental, First Republic Bank

    8:30 a.m. PPI
    8:30 a.m. Empire State manufacturing, 11:30 a.m. Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari 1 p.m. Kansas City Fed President Esther George, 1 p.m. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan

    • Wednesday

    Earnings: Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, U.S. Bancorp, Fulton Financial, Bank of NY Mellon, Charles Schwab, PNC Financial Services, Comerica, Kinder Morgan, Hancock Whitney, CSX, Alcoa

    8:30 a.m. Business Leaders survey
    10 a.m. NAHB survey, 2 p.m. Fed's beige book, 4 p.m. TIC data, 6:30 p.m. Minneapolis Fed's Kashkari

    • Thursday

    Earnings: Morgan Stanley, Netflix, Bank of the Ozarks, Commerce Bancshares, KeyCorp, M&T Bank, PPG Industries, American Express

    8:30 a.m. Initial claims
    8:30 a.m. Philadelphia Fed

    • Friday

    Earnings: State Street, VF Corp, SunTrust, Regions Financial, Kansas City Southern, Schlumberger

    9:15 a.m. Industrial production
    9:05 a.m. New York Fed President John Williams, 10 a.m. Consumer sentiment, 11 a.m. Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker
     
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    BTFDove - Stocks Extend Best Run In 10 Years Off Mnuchin Massacre Lows
    Slumping macro data, tumbling earnings expectations, and "substantial" Fed balance sheet run off to come, that explains why stocks at near-record levels of extension in the last few weeks...

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    Of course the algos had plenty to chew on still - Powell BTFDove, China RRR Cut, Trade talk optimism, Mnuchin calls PPT, and Saudis scramble to boost oil higher



    Big week for China stocks but it was all dominated by Wednesday morning's rescue bid...

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    Italy was Europe's outperformer on the week...

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    US Equity markets stalled today but once again that dip was bought...

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    ...and extended the post-Mnuchin Massacre buying frenzy...

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    That is the greatest 12-day rally for the S&P since July 2009...

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    On the week, Small Caps surged almost 5% - its best week since Dec 2016...

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    Biotechs are back in a bull market - soaring over 22% from the Xmas Eve lows...

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    FANG Stocks are up over 26% from the Mnuchin Massacre lows...

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    Banks have bounced back but not as much as the high-momo sectors above...

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    And everything was looking awesome for department stores and retailers until yesterday...

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    The VIX Index has fallen from the open to the close for 12 consecutive sessions. (h/t @selling_theta) That's tied for the longest such streak since 2009 (which, at 13, was the longest stretch on record according to data going back to 1992).

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    Credit spreads compressed further on the week but found some resistance today...

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    Treasury bond yields were all higher on the week with the long-end underperforming despite a rally into the weekend...

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    However, 10Y Yields fell back into their 30-year channel - somewhat disrupting the bears' claims that the bull is over...

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    The Dollar fell for the 4th week in a row (breaking down to its weakest since September)...

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    This was the yuan's best week since 2005!!

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    Ugly week for cryptos, leaving Bitcoin in the red for 2019...

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    PMs and Copper trod water on the week as crude prices exploded...

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    Things initially looked good for WTI's record win streak early on (ten consecutive daily gains would have marked the longest rally since the contract started trading in 1988), but once $53 was tagged, WTI tumbled...

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    Gold fell against the dollar and even more so against the yuan on the week...

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    Finally, amid all this exuberant stock buying and proclamations that "the bottom is in" - recession risk is at a seven year high...

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    Don't forget "you are here"...

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    Here are the percentage changes for the major indices for WTD, MTD, QTD & YTD in 2019-
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    Time to Take Off The Blindfold?
    Posted by lplresearch

    The S&P 500 Index is off to its best start in years, but this is on the heels of the worst year for stocks since 2008. The trifecta of crashing oil prices, confusion from the Federal Reserve (Fed), and trade issues with China all pushed equities lower by 14% during the usually bullish fourth quarter last year, and in the process made December the worst month of the year for the first time, according to data going back to 1950.

    Here’s the catch: Investors have had blindfolds on trying to hide from all of the bad news, but maybe it’s time to remove the blindfolds. “Like Sandra Bullock in Bird Box, sometimes it’s better to keep that blindfold on in order to survive. But eventually there is a time to remove the blindfold and look around. We think investors should consider that, as many potential positives have taken place recently,” explained LPL Senior Market Strategist Ryan Detrick.

    Consider the following:
    • Since Fed Chair Jerome Powell used the word “patient” last week when referring to the Fed’s approach to hiking interest rates, stocks have gained five straight days. There had been a big disconnect between what the Fed was saying and what markets believed. That seems to have been alleviated now.
    • Oil prices have stabilized after crashing in the fourth quarter of 2018. OPEC is doing what it can to stabilize the commodity, and things appear to have calmed down substantially.
    • Trade talks with China are continuing, and we think there’s a good chance there could be some type of deal over the coming months, as the pressure is mounting on both sides to find a resolution.
    • Following the 2.7% sell-off in the S&P 500 December 24, stocks gained more than 10% in 10 days. You have to go back to July 2009 to find the last time stocks were up that much in 10 days. That wasn’t the worst time to be long stocks.
    • Valuations have dropped significantly, and historically this has been a bullish event. Please read our recent Weekly Market Commentary for more thoughts here.
    • The S&P 500 was up nearly 3% after the first five trading days in 2019. Since 1950, when the S&P 500 was up more than 1.1% after the first five days of the year, each of those years closed higher 23 out of 23 times before 2018. Yes, 2018 ended that incredible streak (along with many other tried and true historical market records). Still, a good start to a year potentially can be a sign of a strong year.
    Our LPL Chart of the Day offers another reason to remove the blindfolds and look at some of the positives. The chart shows that after a midterm election year low (as in 2018), the S&P 500 has been higher a year later every time going back to 1950. We now know the S&P 500 low in 2018 was December 24, and history suggests there’s a good chance stocks will be higher (maybe much higher) by the same time this year.

    Last, Bird Box was a great movie, but if you are trying a #BirdBoxChallenge, everyone at LPL Research wishes you luck and safety!

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    Key Earnings Reports Next Week
    Jan 11, 2019

    Earnings season begins next week with the big banks kicking things off starting Monday. As shown in the chart below, the big reporting days don’t hit until late January/early February when 100+ companies are set to report each day for a number of weeks.

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    Below is a list of the key earnings reports to watch next week. For each stock, we show its historical earnings and sales beat rate along with its average one-day price change on its earnings reaction day. The beat rate is simply the percentage of the time the company has beaten consensus estimates, while the average 1-day % change is the stock’s average move on the first trading day following its quarterly release.

    On Monday, Citigroup (C) kicks things off with earnings before the open. While the stock has beaten EPS estimates 74% of the time, it has averaged a one-day decline of 0.35% on its earnings reaction days.

    JP Morgan (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC) report Tuesday morning along with United Health (UNH) and two airlines — Delta (DAL) and United Continental (UAL). UNH beats EPS 91% of the time, which is the strongest beat rate of any company on the list.

    On Wednesday morning it’s all Financials on the calendar — Bank of America (BAC), BNY Mellon (BK), BlackRock (BLK), Goldman Sachs (GS), PNC, Charles Schwab (SCHW), and US Bancorp (USB). Wednesday evening we’ll hear from Alcoa (AA), CSX, and Kinder Morgan (KMI).

    Thursday morning will be led by Morgan Stanley (MS), while American Express (AXP) and Netflix (NFLX) will report Thursday after the close. NFLX is projected to earn 35 cents/share, and the stock has beaten EPS estimates 85% of the time throughout its history.

    Schlumberger (SLB) and VF Corp (VFC) will close out the week with reports on Friday morning.

    Subscribe to Bespoke Institutional for complete coverage of earnings season.

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    S&P 500 Sector Performance — 2019 vs. 2018
    Jan 10, 2019

    The S&P 500 was up 3.3% YTD as of mid-day today. As shown below, Energy has been by far the best sector so far this year with a gain of 8.4%. Consumer Discretionary ranks 2nd with a gain of 5.7%, followed closely by Communication Services in 3rd with a gain of 5.5%. Industrials and Materials are the other two sectors that have outperformed the S&P 500.

    While all eleven sectors are in the black for the year, Utilities and Health Care have lagged the market with gains of less than 1%. Note that the Tech sector — the largest sector of the market — is up 2% YTD, which is 130 basis points less than the S&P 500.

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    The chart below compares 2019 YTD performance with the change seen in 2018. Utilities and Health Care were the best performing sectors of 2018 and the only two sectors that were up on the year. These two sectors have taken a breather so far in 2019 as the weakest performers.

    Generally speaking, the sectors that did the best in 2018 have underperformed so far this year, while the sectors that did the worst in 2018 have bounced the most. Energy was the worst sector of 2018 and is the best so far in 2019. The big exception is Consumer Discretionary, which only fell 1.6% for the full year 2018 and is up 5.7% in 2019 — good for second best so far this year.

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    The End or the Beginning
    Jan 10, 2019

    An article on Bloomberg overnight highlighted the ‘historic’ nature of the S&P 500’s rally over the last 10-trading days as the biggest gain since 2009. The chart below shows the S&P 500’s 10-day rate of change going back to the start of 2000, and as you can see, there hasn’t been a larger gain over a similar span since March 2009. Anytime you start hearing comparisons to March 2009, it’s enough to get any bull excited as that kicked off what was the strongest bull market of all time.

    When making market comparisons, though, it’s always important to keep perspective and not focus on just one data point. A perfect case in point is the example below. While it is true that the period in 2009 kicked off a period of exceptional market returns, back in the bear market from 2000, there were no less than five different periods where the S&P 500 saw larger moves over a ten-day span before the market could find a firm enough foundation to rally from.

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    S&P 500 Stocks Distance From 52-Week Highs: Now vs Christmas Eve
    Jan 9, 2019

    The S&P 500 is currently trading up just over 10% from its closing low on Christmas Eve, so we wanted to take a quick moment to show how dramatically things have changed with respect to how individual stocks are trading relative to their 52-week highs. For the individual stocks in the S&P 500, the are down an average of 22.2% from their 52-week highs. That’s a pretty dramatic shift from Christmas Eve when they were down an average of 29.2%!

    The chart below shows how far down each individual component is from its 52-week high as of this afternoon. As shown, nearly half of the stocks in the S&P 500 are trading within 20% of a 52-week high (92 down less than 10% and 152 down less than 20%). At the other end of the spectrum, there are now just 31 stocks trading down between 40% and 50% from their 52-week high while just 14 are down by over half.

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    The picture today stands in stark contrast to the one we saw just ten trading days ago. The chart below shows where individual stocks were trading relative to their 52-week highs as of the close on 12/24. Here, you’ll notice that the width of the bands to the left of the chart are a lot narrower than the ones above, but then as you move out to the right they widen. For example, whereas there are currently 92 stocks within 10% of a 52-week high, back on the 12/24 there were only 21! Conversely, on 12/24 there were 36 stocks in the S&P 500 down over 50% from their 52-week highs, but today there are less than half that at just 14! What a difference ten trading days can make!

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    Best and Worst Performing Stocks Since Christmas Eve
    Jan 8, 2019

    The “Christmas Eve Stock Market Massacre” was just a little over two weeks ago, but in the time since then equities have come roaring back. In the S&P 1500, which encompasses large, mid, and small cap stocks, the average performance of individual stocks since the close on 12/24 is a gain of 11.4%, while the average S&P 500 stock is up a bit less at 9.5%. Amazingly, just 29 stocks in the entire S&P 1500 are down relative to their closing prices on 12/24, and just eleven of those are in the S&P 500.

    With respect to the entire S&P 1500, there are 21 stocks that have rallied more than 35% since 12/24, and as shown in the table below, 13 of them are from the Energy sector, including four of the top five. The only two stocks in the S&P 500 that made the list of biggest winners were Celgene (CELG), which is being acquired, and Netflix (NFLX), which is up over 36%.

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    Speaking of the S&P 500, the table below lists the 26 stocks in the index that have rallied 20%+ since the close on 12/24. Unlike the list of best performing S&P 1500 stocks, stocks from the Energy sector are not as dominant on the list, though there are still nine names from that sector. In addition to fewer names from the Energy sector, more of the stocks are more recognizable including Chipotle (CMG), Mattel (MAT), General Electric (GE), Amazon.com (AMZN), and Ulta Beauty (ULTA).

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    As mentioned above, there aren’t a whole lot of stocks that have traded lower relative to their closing levels on 12/24. In fact, just 22 stocks have declined more than 1% during that span, and we highlight them in the table below. Leading the way lower is PG&E (PCG), which is facing a potential bankruptcy filing due to exposure from the California wildfires. As a result, the stock is down over 25% since 12/24. Behind PCG, the only two other stocks that are down more than 20% are NETGEAR (NTGR) and Cutera (CUTR).

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    Finally, narrowing our focus to just the S&P 500, the table below lists the eleven S&P 500 stocks that are down since 12/24. Of the stocks listed, just seven stocks made the list as losers have been hard to come by. What a shift from just two weeks ago when winners were few and far between!

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    Bespoke Market Calendar — January 2019
    Jan 7, 2019

    Please click the image below to view our January 2019 market calendar. This calendar includes the S&P 500’s average percentage change and average intraday chart pattern for each trading day during the upcoming month. It also includes market holidays and options expiration dates plus the dates of key economic indicator releases.

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    What Does 300,000 Jobs Tell Us?

    The December jobs report showed nonfarm payrolls grew by 312,000 last month, well above the median consensus estimate for a 184,000 increase. This was a record 99th consecutive month with positive jobs growth. The good news sparked a big equity rally on hopes that the U.S. economy remained on firm footing.

    What does a 300,000 monthly print tell us? First things first: Be aware that the labor market is constantly growing—so 300,000 jobs last month isn’t the same as 300,000 jobs back in the mid-1980s. In fact, the total number of employed people is about 50% higher now than it was then. Still, 300,000 jobs is an impressive increase and one that could suggest a recession is a ways off. “The most recent jobs figure could be a great sign that a recession is still a long way off, as the previous two cycles didn’t see recessions begin until 13 and 23 months after the last 300,000 print,” explained LPL Senior Market Strategist Ryan Detrick.

    As our LPL Chart of the Day shows, looking at the previous five cycles, it took an average of 12 months after the last 300,000 jobs print before a recession started—with the last two cycles actually taking longer. We remain in the camp that we probably won’t have a recession in 2019, and this is another potential bullet point to support that.

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    Our 2019 Outlook for Fixed Income
    Posted by lplresearch

    The environment for fixed income investors has been challenging over the last several years, and the struggle has intensified recently. As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, long-term yields have fallen to 12-month lows, weighed down by plunging inflation expectations as fears of a global slowdown increase.


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    However, we see a disconnect between current rates and this year’s prospects for economic growth and inflation. As mentioned in our Outlook 2019, FUNDAMENTAL: How to Focus on What Really Matters in the Markets, we’re forecasting the 10-year Treasury yield will increase from current levels and trade within a range of 3.25—3.75% in 2019.

    “Given our expectations for the economy, employment, slightly higher inflation, and balance sheet reduction, we look for market interest rates to move higher in the coming year,” said LPL Research Chief Investment Strategist John Lynch. Investors may have to endure periodic spikes and drops in rates, but we think this range is appropriate given the balance of Federal Reserve (Fed) guidance, U.S. Treasury issuance, wage pressures, and relative valuations.

    Although markets may currently be pricing in a pessimistic outlook, we remain optimistic about U.S. economic growth prospects, and recent data show inflation remains at manageable levels. Because of this, we expect the data-dependent Fed to be less aggressive than initially feared as policymakers juggle these factors with the impacts of a stronger U.S. dollar and tepid global growth.

    Against this backdrop, we expect near-flat returns for the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index in 2019. We continue to position portfolios with below-benchmark interest rate sensitivity and above-benchmark credit risk to help manage rising rates and position for continued economic growth.

    As we move further into the business cycle, our bias is increasingly toward higher-quality debt, like investment grade (IG) corporates and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) for suitable investors. We believe IG corporates and MBS may provide some potential benefits from added quality-credit exposure while avoiding some of the risk of high yield.

    Up Over 10% from Lows, Healing Well Underway
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    As of today’s close, DJIA is up 2.9% year-to-date, S&P 500 is up 3.6% and NASDAQ is up 5.3%. Not bad for today being just the seventh trading day of the year. Even more impressive are the gains from since the closing low on December 24th. DJIA and S&P 500 are up over 10% and NASDAQ is up 12.8%. These gains combined with a trend of reduced market volatility suggest the worst of the market’s rout could be over and a return to more typical market behavior during the “Best Months” is underway.
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    Technically, much damage still remains on the charts of DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ, but some healing has taken place. DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ have all rebounded back above support that we put around the old lows from earlier in the first quarter of 2018. The next hurdle will be climbing back above respective 50-day moving averages (magenta solid lines) and eventually back above 200-day moving averages (red solid line). NASDAQ is closest to its 50-day moving average and has been leading the move higher. If NASDAQ breaks through its 50-day moving average, then S&P 500 and DJIA are likely to follow.

    Positive Santa Claus Rally & First Five Days Brighten Light at Tunnel’s End
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    Solid across the board gains today lifted S&P 500 to a year-to-date gain of 2.7% at today’s close and thus our First Five Day (FFD) early warning system is also positive. Combined with last week’s positive Santa Claus Rally (SCR), our January Trifecta is now two for two. The January Trifecta would be satisfied with a positive reading from our January Barometer (JB) at month’s end.
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    The best case, most bullish scenario is when all three indicators, SCR, FFD and JB, are positive (in table above). In 30 previous Trifecta occurrences since 1950, S&P 500 advanced 86.7% of the time during the subsequent eleven months and 90.0% of the time for the full year. However, a January Indicator Trifecta does not guarantee the year will be bear or correction free. Of the four losing “Last 11 Mon” years, shaded in grey in the above table, 1966, 1987 and 2011 experienced short duration bear markets (2011, S&P 500 –19.4% peak to trough). In 2018, S&P 500 retreated 19.8% from its September high close to its December low close.

    Even if S&P 500 was to suddenly reverse course and finish the full month in the red, the prospects for the next eleven months and the full year remain fair. Of the last 10 years since 1950 that the SCR and FFD were both positive (and the full-month January was negative), the next eleven months advanced 80% of the time and full year advanced 70% of the time with gains of 7.4% and 2.9% respectively.

    January Expiration Week Choppy Last 20 Years
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    Over the past thirty-six years, since 1983, the S&P 500’s performance during January’s option expiration week has been a mixed bag. Friday has been up 20 and down 16, and the entire week has been down four times for every three times it has been up. However, in the past twenty years (1999-2018), the S&P 500’s performance has taken a turn for the worse with expiration day falling ten times with an average loss of .15% and the full-week declining 14 times with an average loss of 0.92%. DJIA and NASDAQ have similar track records since 1999.
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    Stock Market Analysis Video for January 11th, 2019
    Video from AlphaTrends Brian Shannon


    ShadowTrader Video Weekly 1.13.19
    Video from ShadowTrader Peter Reznicek
    (VIDEO NOT YET UP!)
     
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    Here are the current major indices pullback/correction levels from ATHs as of week ending 1.11.19-
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    Here is also the pullback/correction levels from current prices-
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    ...and here are the rally levels from current prices-
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    Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week-

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    Stockaholics come join us on our stock market competitions for this upcoming trading week ahead!-

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    It would be pretty sweet to see some of you join us and participate on these!

    I hope you all have a fantastic weekend ahead! :cool:
     
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    Here are the most anticipated ERs for this upcoming week ahead (I'll also have the weekly earnings calendar posted in here as well once it's out)

    ***Check mark next to the stock symbols denotes confirmed earnings release date & time***

    Monday 1.14.19 Before Market Open:
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    Monday 1.14.19 After Market Close:
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    Tuesday 1.15.19 Before Market Open:
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    Tuesday 1.15.19 After Market Close:
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    Wednesday 1.16.19 Before Market Open:
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    Wednesday 1.16.19 After Market Close:
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    Thursday 1.17.19 Before Market Open:
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    Here is a look at this upcoming week's Global Economic & Policy Calendar-

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    And as promised here is the most anticipated earnings calendar for this upcoming trading week ahead-
    ($NFLX $C $BAC $JPM $UNH $DAL $WFC $GS $BLK $MS $AXP $AA $SJR $SLB $SNV $INFO $FRC $FAST $BK $PNC $USB $CSX $KMI $BBT $CMA $UAL $TEAM $KEY $CBSH $MTB $VFC $JBHT $SASR $STI $PRGS $FULT $HAFC $HOMB $PTE $RF $OZK $PBCT $WNS $PLXS)
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    If you guys want to view the full earnings post please see this thread here-
     
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    Noteworthy events during the week of January 13 - 19 for healthcare investors.

    MONDAY (1/14): FDA action date for Exelixis' (NASDAQ:EXEL) Cabometyx for advanced hepatocellular carcinoma.

    WEDNESDAY (1/16): FDA advisory committee meeting on Amgen's (NASDAQ:AMGN) romosozumab for osteoporosis.

    THURSDAY (1/17): FDA advisory committee meeting on Lexicon Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:LXRX) and Sanofi's (NASDAQ:SNY) sotagliflozin as an adjunct to insulin in type 1 diabetes.

    Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, San Francisco (3 days). Tyme Technologies (NASDAQ:TYME): Phase 2 data on SM-88.

    FRIDAY (1/18): FDA action date for Immunomedics' (NASDAQ:IMMU) sacituzumab govitecan for metastatic triple-negative breast cancer.


    source: https://seekingalpha.com/news/3420786-key-events-next-week-healthcare
     
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    Good Monday morning to all.

    Here is this morning's pre-market thread for those of you wanting to get a quick market read before today's open-
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    Hope everyone a great trading day and week ahead!
     
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    XLF trying to go green today.
     
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    lol

    Buy every dip?

    You got it!

    Buying the dip now! :D
     
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    BTFD seems to be working pretty well so far in the new year :p
     
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    Financials having a pretty good day after the report from C this morning. Utilities down over 2% for the day and have way underperformed so far this year :eek:
     
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