Tuesday update

SHORT TERM: consolidation day, DOW +9

Overnight the Asian markets gained 0.9%. Europe opened higher and gained 0.2%. US index futures were higher overnight, and the market gapped up to SPX 2732 at the open. The high for the day. Then the market pulled back. At 10am factory orders were reported lower. By 11:30 the market had pulled back to SPX 2711. After that the market started to work its way back. At 1pm the SPX hit 2731, pulled back to 2721 by 2pm, then hit 2731 again just before 3pm. A dip into the close ended the day at SPX 2728.

For the day the SPX/DOW gained 0.15%, and the NDX/NAZ gained 0.50%. Bonds slipped 1 tick, Crude dipped 15 cents, Gold rallied $13, and the USD was lower. Medium term support remains at the 2656 and 2632 pivots, with resistance at the 2731 and 2780 pivots. Tomorrow: ADP at 8:15, trade deficit at 8:30, the Beige book at 2pm, then consumer credit at 3pm.

The market gapped up at the open, but then went into consolidation mode after a two-day/85-point rally. The market pulled back 21-points early. But quickly rallied back near the opening highs in the afternoon. The Friday-Monday rally quantified a wave up from the recent SPX 2647 low. And the count now looks more like the count posted on the SPX hourly chart: Minor 1: 2754, Minor 2: 2687-2789-2647, Minor 3: 2732 thus far. Short term support is at the 2656 and 2632 pivots, with resistance at the 2731 and 2780 pivot. Short term momentum ended the day just below overbought. Best to your trading!

MEDIUM TERM: uptrend probably underway

LONG TERM: uptrend

CHARTS: https://stockcharts.com/public/1269446/tenpp

 

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551 Responses to Tuesday update

  1. Page says:

    Watch futures to nose dive tonight.

  2. blackjak100 says:

    False breakout of 2731 pivot leads to a fast move lower to 2700?

  3. learnedmylesson25 says:

    So the tariff is a nothingburger?Mexico and Canada exempted indefinitely?Carry on.

  4. purplember says:

    All this discussion on trading methods. Most are on this board are here to learn the OEW method and learn about others view of what the market is doing. However, “A few” on here are posting for 1 of 2 reasons: either their trading method does NOT work that great (even though they say it does) and need OEW to assist in intermediate/long term plan OR they only want to promote their product.

    I don’t buy this BS of all the successful trades people claim to be making on here. if that were the case, why would you even bother bragging about it in a blog.

    • lunker1 says:

      I haven’t seen anyone bragging except maybe JK

    • Bud Fox says:

      Interesting points you make. IMO. I watch my own trades/positions
      as they appear on the OEW charts, aka SP500. Currently, in cash
      for sometime now. What is my next trade position ? Plan is to short, the
      crest above (SP) 2872…and right now (3/8) that looks like the best trade
      position for the SP moving lower.

      Questions ? my email is bud_67@hotmail.com
      No questions on the OEW site please. This is Tony’s site, and I do not
      wish to abuse the privialge of communicating on it….end

  5. Follow up chart to my comment below to replying to quickrick:

  6. quickrick38 says:

    Anyone else notice that this is starting to look like a bull flag?

  7. phil1247 says:

    es 19 is a magnet now

  8. llerias7 says:

    MKTS going nowhere until the Powell Debut aka March 21st FOMC!! It will make ups and downs till there…bulls and bears will get nuts…til there!

  9. vivelaamo says:

    Looks like I missed another fun day on here today.

    More chop for the day traders.

    • quickrick38 says:

      ditto that vive…decided early this morning that this would not be a good day for trading.

  10. Mary773 says:

    AAII 26 percent bulls.
    29 week cycle low 3/2.
    Consolidation in a powerful bull market.
    Caldaro EW Count very bullish.

  11. gary61b says:

    ES watching the rising triangle on the 2 hr. chart. 2716 and 2708 are significant pivot locations. lower trend is a ways down, but if 2737 was wave 1 of and this 2 it could work..maybe by this afternoon….https://gyazo.com/cf2825da3b7003f88ebbcde7f9a67ca3

  12. Holly Silver says:

    http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/03/local-news-anchors-now-have-to-read-pro-trump-propaganda.html

    Trump gaining on Russian style news. Orwellian State is coming. FCC got abolished and one single rich owner can control everything. And they are. For those not interested don’t read article from the liberal rag NY Magazine.

    Consolidation or breakdown. market is now downplaying the trade wars. lets see what happens when trump announced today. I am absolutely sure the EU will respond immediately. trump being trump will retched up the war using autos as his next pledge. I believe the market is dead wrong and a violent drop will occur. Since trump will announce near closing of market today I suspect overnight will be another deep drop as the EU quickly counters. Friday will be interesting. Cohn left for a reason. he knows what trump is going to do. Not pretty. But i was told political news means nothing since the technical moves has it all baked in.

    I expect a solid drop Friday followed by the weekend rants by trump bringing this to the next level. if trump does what trump always does Monday should be a bloodbath. Trumps trainers tried prompting him on the Charlotsville incident. It worked for one day. If Friday doesn’t produce a breakout event from this 4 day consolidation i will play for a homerun long shot bet.

    • Holly Silver says:

      fourth day showing a definitive wedge pattern on 1 hourly SPX chart. Which way does she go? Announced trade war and weekend coming up? You can guess the odds of a favorable outcome. In my mind this is where shaky chart in no-mans land combined with news and anticipated responses should help the trader. I don’t think the market can absorb a trump tirade over the weekend. The ball is in his court. I’ll play the man, not the long uptrend.

      Perhaps i spoke too early. We haven’t yet closed today so a breakout is still possible. Even a resolution or watered down version of trade wars. Trump being the model of restraint I can’t see any scenario that pushes the market higher tomorrow. Assuming trump makes his speech at 3:30 or 4 PM.

    • tommyboys says:

      Dude 4 of the biggest libs in the world controll ALL media today. What do ya think all the fake news is about! You libs gotta stop eating their propaganda! Trump is here to FIGHT this horseshit! Its why 91% of all Trump repoting is NEGATIVE – they HATE and FEAR him – and they should.

  13. micky says:

    the high 30 area proved a bit stiff so far, all depends on this PB now, which hit 1st support, if it does not hold 2nd in the 19\18 area atm.(vst stuff)

  14. phil1247 says:

    Lunker

    A = C at 2723 = .38 of traditional
    possible buy

  15. phil1247 says:

    correlations

    the supposed greatest of correlations
    yen and gold daily chart

    yen …………. higher highs and higher lows
    gold …………. lower highs and lower lows

    see why i dont like correlations?

    • Nothing to do with correlations. Correlation is derived from the covariance of two random variables. It is neither good nor bad. Measures like correlation come from data, and cannot yield proofs (of true statements).

      Every piece of data you use, and every rule you may use based on data has this problem. It will fail. And you cannot know the probability with which it fails because you do not have the sample space and measure. That is why finance-types use both models and heuristics.

      So the yen/gold relation is a heuristic. Like everything else, it *will* fail at times. One will say its a good heuristic and another will say it is bad. Depends on how and when it is used.

      This is why we always watch and adjust, all the time. It’s like never knowing what the heck your wife is going to say next. 🙂

      • phil1247 says:

        exactly
        so if you never know when its going to fail…….
        why even use it?
        … thats why i dont use correlations

        • You missed the main point.

          Unless you have a THEOREM (and that means a statement with a PROOF), every proof-free statement you make *will fail* with probability 1. I said *every* such statement.

          So everything you use that has no proof (that means all your ideas that come from data) *will* fail.

          So, it is funny to see that you choose to pick on one particular correlation.

          If you still do not understand, then it’s because I am not explaining this well enough. I have to pack and leave for the airport (that’s my excuse). 🙂

          • phil1247 says:

            i just used yen /gold
            because that is the one that people agree is the strongest

            i dont use any correlations
            i just treat each entity on its on merits
            why enter a second variable into the equation
            when it is hard enough
            to figure out what one variable is doing ?

            • Last comment and I’ll shut up and leave for now. Some people like the Yen/Gold heuristic and you don’t. Some people like the E-Wave heuristic. Some people like the OEW heuristic. Some people like the DH heuristic. All such methods are based on data and can and *will* fail.

              You like to look at one variable in isolation. It’s like saying you have your favourite weatherman. Someone else uses two weathermen. Unless you have a proof for which is better, one can never know. You cannot get a proof from data.

              In reality, everything is related to everything else. We just don’t always know how to understand such relationships. They involve many variables. Models are terribly difficult. This is why people just look at data and try to draw conclusions. And then make a lot of rules to try and stay out of trouble.

              • phil1247 says:

                ok
                i am just using what works for me
                if it doesnt work any more i will look for something else

                have a safe trip !

              • SPYtrader says:

                I think Traders will use anything that works. Heck, if a cockroach runs across my desk as I am watching my chart and the markets move up right after this and this happens day after day I’m using the cockroach indicator.

  16. learnedmylesson25 says:

    Have to point out that HYG is stalling at the 20d ema (85.75).A warning sign,if it doesn’t bust through and go for a gap fill at 86.20 and in fact,rolls over.By all rights,gold should be purchased for tomorrows employment report,a supposed bottom for PMs normally.Later all.

  17. fotis2 says:

    Watching EUR and Gold some interesting patterns kicking in for long term positions need EOD confirm will update.

    • phil1247 says:

      fotis

      i know you dont read my posts
      but i posted a serious question to you
      at 904 am .. below kvilias

      • fotis2 says:

        I find it strange that after many years of trading you still have not formulated your own trading strategy and have to rely on someone else therefore ”your posts” are not even yours how can I/anyone follow that? I study posts from people that have their own views based on how they read the Market like Gto pivots,Fiona numbers, Mat charts, Bouraq channels, CN setups,HD 10 to 10,aahmichael long term view etc

        • phil1247 says:

          why invent something
          when there is something that works like DH method ?
          no need to reinvent the wheel
          Lunker has had a light bulb moment with DH…
          he can tell you what its like
          sorry you couldnt get it to work for you
          good luck fotis

          • fionamargaret says:

            Why don’t you try inserting yourself into PUG’s site, or Trader Joe’s site., or better yet, latch yourself onto DH’s site, and you can post rogue posts all day.
            Wonder how that would go down…..
            Lunker has offered you his site where anyone interested can follow you…take him up on his offer.
            This is not a DH site.

            • Thailand Hawaii says:

              Give me a break ….

              • fionamargaret says:

                Phil would get a break if he took Tony’s course and taught Tony’s method on Tony’s site.

            • its and investor site…….plain and simple……you can combine whatever you want with the awesome elliott view that Tony gives us…….you people need to give it up……you are the ones that post multiple posts that try to control people and their views….. and I could care less how long you have been around

            • lunker1 says:

              Fiona explain how you teach OEW on this site? I asked you to explain your method (whatever it is) and you declined. Instead at least daily you continually repeat the takers that you’re pushing.

              • phil1247 says:

                lunker
                .. 2723 bounced …….. did you act ?

              • lunker1 says:

                no don’t like it

              • phil1247 says:

                excellent ………. look up at top

              • fionamargaret says:

                Lunker it doesn’t really matter if you can understand how I reach my figures…they work.

              • lunker1 says:

                Really? What percent of the time and where is the back tested proof?

              • SPYtrader says:

                lunker, fiona’s numbers are hidden deep inside the music she posts every night. listen carefully to every note of every concert and you will be enlightened. lol

              • lunker1 says:

                Apparently LOL.

              • fionamargaret says:

                Actually SPY you are closer than you would; think.
                There is a natural sequence to numbers if you look for it. Nothing really random
                Reading music, which has a natural order, is based on Pythagorean principles.
                One finds the solution or sequence, amongst all possible ones.

                Joseph was mentioning “heuristic”..I came across heuristic rules derived from conceptual electronic-structure theory, subsequently optimized by quantum chemical methods when I was looking at Tata recently….but there are different disciplines where heuristic principles are applied…

                If you are really interested in knowing more about music structure, Tom Fischer is your man…I was just a player…x

        • lunker1 says:

          fotis what load of crap. You were into the DH method until you couldn’t succeed with it. you follow these other people because you don’t have your own method so does that make you an uninteresting failure? How many hundreds if not thousands of people are on the OEW site because they don’t have their own method and are looking to learn and/or share? This site is a wonderful idea exchange

          • fotis2 says:

            Lunk I call it as I see it my post quite obviously went right over your heads by the way what happened to you?I remember a time when you too had your own count devoid of outside interference s now you just another DH groupie you even have a new title …Grasshopper…last post from me well over the limit

            • May I ask what is “DH”?

              • fotis2 says:

                http://www.eminiaddict.com/
                A trading system with no backtesting facility that Phil been posting trades from on this site and been trying to explain to no avail for 2 years.So far only Phil understands how it works and has 2 students Asaranti and Lunker who have been not paying attention in class

              • lunker1 says:

                asa did his own thing independent of Phil and there are lots of guys that have commented they benefit from Phils posts.

            • lunker1 says:

              as Tony himself has said you can’t use counts to trade short term. I like Tony’s roadmap for the medium and long term.

              • I see all these people Fotis, CN, HD AAH and anyone else who is whining about anyone who doesnt mention Tony and his pivots( as CONTROL freaks…….if you dont bow to us we will punish you with get on our bandwagon posts…….give it up already…..geezzzzzzzzzz We all appreciated what Tony gives on his blog. if this site is shut down it wont be because of people who are just trying to share their knowledge but because of people who keep posting these ridiculous CONTROL posts which create more posts with people defending their postitions

  18. Mary773 says:

    Naz is above the Jan/Feb dtl. A close above it confirms 3/2 as a significant low (C).

  19. lunker1 says:

    SPX fib #
    the wave up from 2533 roughly 233
    2754 down ~ 55
    2698 up ~ 89
    2789 down ~ 144
    2647 up ~ 89
    2732 down ~ 34
    2702 up ~ 34 but going for 55?

    Also price from 2647 looks like smaller fractal of price from 2533. A move up to 2757 area would complete the fractal. Or then even a fractal drop of ~89 from there. Or maybe just down ~55 from 2737?

    • /VX is approaching a large 23.6% SHORT profit target 17.11. If it is defended, the /VX should rally which will cause /ES to decline. There is another /VX profit target at 16.88 if that is tested /ES should continue rally a bit more.

      DH levels.

    • wavediver says:

      Lunker, what are your thoughts about the possibility that we’re in the early stages of an Int iv contracting triangle?

      • lunker1 says:

        I haven’t considered it. Triangles often resolve themselves into something else. Tony says that using a count doesn’t work well for short trading. I’m just watching what price does, the fibs, pivots and Div and trading that

  20. fionamargaret says:

    JNUG, NUGT….at the base of pattern…still think it possible to triple…

    • It could triple and one could still be wiped out if one did not watch like a hawk and rebalance before the close each day. That takes some work.

    • lunker1 says:

      Fiona you knock Phil who provide pinpoint detail in real time and his own charts, so how is your vague post like this more useful?

      • fionamargaret says:

        If you look at the sequences Tony gives at EOD, I do the same thing within a pattern (basically Tony’s waves translated into numbers) as we usually end up the same.
        Joseph can maybe describe sequencing, progressions better than I.

      • fionamargaret says:

        Well Lunker my numbers don’t just last for a short while and then break.
        I have only once had an incorrect sequence in oil..and I can tell in advance what a stock or ETF is going to do at any point in time.
        If I include others I am aware of them and don’t declare I have made a profit and they are left…
        I advise hedge funds occasionally, and also write exactly the same in the FT as I write here.
        I don’t jump on other’s ideas and pretend they are mine…
        People trust my opinion as there has been much thought put into my conclusions, and my record speaks for itself….

        If you think the DH method is so superior, why don’t you learn it for yourself…

        • lunker1 says:

          You know that’s a pretty low comment saying he’s pretending anything is his. Farthest from the truth. He’s always giving credit. The only difference is time frames. Yours are swing trades and Phil is short term. He’s not the devil although not sure about you. Lots of negative energy from you lately

  21. alexh110 says:

    Today’s rally stalled at the 62% Fibonacci retrace of the 2789 to 2647 decline.
    We also had an hourly RSI and MACD negative divergence at that point.
    Still bearish; but cautious, because today’s price action did not tally with what I expected.

  22. lunker1 says:

    phil es the new highs to high extension failed at 25 so now no mans land? short 34?

  23. kvilia says:

    Trolls can be useful. At least now we all know that Fotis does not read Phil’s posts 😉

    • phil1247 says:

      kvilia

      i am devastated….
      fotis …. do my posts have too much fat ?

      http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/samurai-delicatessen/n8627?snl=1

      • phil futures rollover week with the bulk of the rollover is occurring this morning probably to the European close…11:30 EST. /ES declined about 10 points…within 4 ticks shy off filling today’s GAP. That’s potentially bullish as a lot of limit orders above were sitting just above the GAP… were filled. Or this can be just non technical trading to square their positions. DH noted that the /VX hit it’s 50% SHORT just as /ES was trading within 4 ticks of the GAP. Waiting for a second test of the GAP fill. This /VX is really confirming movement in /ES.

  24. lunker1 says:

    Seriously what kind of pre-adult trolls a stock market blog? Must live with his mom still.

  25. Folks, we are all likely to have our usernames spoofed by the troll at some point. Use you noggins – look carefully at the user name when the behavior mimics our troll rather than one of us normal folks. Ignore him/it. Tony will remove him as soon as he can, I’m sure. This troll phil is not the actual phil.

  26. Looks like we have a Phil wanna be here…..LOL. Not the real deal

  27. fotis2 says:

    What are you 70 going to 17???Pull yourself together man personally I don’t give a rats ass how many times you post since I never read them but HD and CN suggestion seem fair enough, really no need to hog the site ad nauseum.

  28. quickrick38 says:

    Phil, you need to get out more 🙂 I’m about an hour SSW of Orlando. Where did you land?…Scratch that, you obviously never came down!

  29. Looks like minute 3.should hit 2770 by Friday. Giddie up

  30. fxaprendiz says:

    If anyone in here is into Harmonic patterns, if SPX reaches 2757 ish today a bearish Gartley would form in the 1hr/4hr charts. A push over 2770 would invalidate this short setup.
    My best guess is that if the Gartley is formed today then the SPX will hover around 2750 and 2730 until NFP tomorrow then head south for at least 2 or 3 days.
    Disclosure: I have a short at 2745 from last week which was hedged yesterday as I saw the possibility of SPX turning up to form the bearish pattern before turning down again.

  31. quickrick38 says:

    fiona, not to steal your thunder but I found this particularly interesting since copper has always been the best indicator of the future economy.
    https://kimblechartingsolutions.com/2018/03/doc-copper-vulnerable-fall-hard/?utm_medium=push_notification&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=rss_pushcrew

    • fionamargaret says:

      Thanks Rick.
      I receive “stuff”from Kimble, but it takes me until evening to post…

  32. gary61b says:

    ES who is thinking 2730.25 long or a HWB long. from 2733

  33. phil1247 says:

    ES ……… from yesterday

    2733.5 target ……………… hit !

    for those of you who waited for the last 75 cents………. kudos !

  34. mcgcapital says:

    Added to shorts this morning, fairly sizeable position by my standards. Think this market is ready to dump hard, everything looking a bit wedgy. Could be the last push to draw in the perma bulls into thinking new highs are coming. Very rarely does price action like this resolve bullishly

    • With all due respect, mcgcapital, you really ought to post a chart and try to show us what you are talking about. The market looks “a bit wedgy”? “Rarely does price action like this resolve bullishly”? You “think this market is ready to dump hard”?

      You post so many WORDS about you think and what you “see” but none of it matches up with what I see when I look at an actual chart of the actual S&P 500. So how about you post us a chart, throw a line or two on it, at least some sort of instruction so that we can see whatever it is you think you are seeing. Personally, I’d love to see what a market wedgy looks like!

      “Perma bulls”? Why stoop to implying that anyone holding an opposite market view from your view is somehow irrationally biased to the upside. You are posting at a blog where the blog author’s own current view, for anyone motivated to read it, is that this market is in a long-term uptrend and that a medium term uptrend is probably underway.

      I understand that everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, but if you are going to claim to be a price action and chart pattern trader, then you better back it up with some pictures. I can ignore those who talk the market up or down here based on clearly misguided attempts to time the market based on news and economic data and how many times Trump tweeted last night. But YOU are consistently and constantly referring to the way “this market looks” and your own claim is that you are a price action and chart pattern trader. I don’t see it. So, please: Show, don’t tell.

      • phil1247 says:

        this looks like 5 times as many WORDS as mcgs post

        “all in good humor” CN 😉

      • aahmichael says:

        I have always found mcgs words to be very well thought out and very easy to understand. When I read the word “wedge,” I know that refers to a series of lower highs and higher lows. I’m sure you know that too.

      • mcgcapital says:

        CN, I have difficulty uploading pics of charts on to here, but this https://www.ig.com/uk/indices-news/2018/03/08/levels-to-watch–ftse-100–dax-and-dow is broadly consistent with what I see.

        I just think we look at things in quite a different way.. doesn’t mean that each approach can’t make money over time. You’ve made it quite clear that you’re mostly concerned with the last couple of hours on Wall Street over all else, whereas to me that’s only 10% of the relevant price data.

        In my view, markets that are moving around with this much volatility are rarely long term bullish. If we were in an uptrend, and we had one day with a big gap down overnight and they bought it back up I could let that go as unimportant. But we’ve had 3 in the last week alone. Plus in cash hours we’ve been going up and then selling off, gyrating all over the place. Compare and contrast vs last year when the market was actually trending up, it looks like night and day.

        Apologies for using the ‘perma bull’ term, I’m more referring to the belief amongst some that the market will always resolve higher as being misguided rather than directing at anyone in particular on here. I won’t apologise for taking a different view to Tony or anyone else on here though… as I’ve said before OEW has been very wrong before and will be again at some point, it’s the nature of trading. That doesn’t mean I don’t have the utmost respect for TC and about 90% of the people who post on here. But you have to trade what you see and can’t rely on someone else’s calls constantly.

        You’re being quite selective when quoting Tony’s views IMO.. the weekend update favoured the bull count but made it quite clear there is a secondary count of a retest of the lows on the table. Tony in the past has said things like ‘another gap opening, typically these indicate corrective activity found in downtrends’ (or words to that effect). The main difference I can see now causing him to lean bullish is the WROC signal, take that out and it’s much more debatable.

        At the end of the day it’s a forum.. it’s good to have a variety of opinions where we don’t all agree. I like your ‘big up’ posts as I make that 3 from 3 in terms of you posting them and the market rallying 1+%. It actually helped me out last night as it made me rethink short term and I dropped some shorts at 2708 when we kicked up off the 2700 area. However, I still don’t see how it triggering means anything more than the initial move is probably up. You’ve posted one that said 2900s target and another that had 2800s target. For me both of those looking dodgy unless we break resistance up, plus as I said yesterday, if I’d bought 2690 I’d have been stopped at breakeven overnight following that.. and the other had a drawdown of 140 points so I would have had my trailing stop hit. Not saying it’s not useful, just that it’s not the easiest to follow unless the market moves straight up from entry.

        Personally I like it when the price action and fundamentals newflow is aligned. To me, the tariffs thing and central bank tightening in rising inflation is a big deal. That means we shouldn’t expect it to be plain sailing for the bulls. Average 10% correction takes about 2 months to bottom and another 2 to get back to the highs. Therefore think a retest of the lows this month looks reasonable when aligned with the fact that, to me, the price action isn’t overly convincing. So that’s my view.. attempt on the lows, then rally.. got an open mind on what happens after that.

        And sorry for all the words.. I actually prefer words to pictures as they give context!

    • tommyboys says:

      Tore I generally don’t pay attention to Armstrong – think he’s a bit of a nut – but agree 100% with him here. Would be nice if proponents of THIS fear would wake up and smell the coffee. Thanks!

    • quickrick38 says:

      Very interesting. Thanks.

  35. learnedmylesson25 says:

    Ira’s resistance level is 2734.Above that would change l-l’s to higher-highs.Thinks there’ll be a slight tussle.Me: Nasdaq looks like it wants to bullishly embed soon,IWM as well.I’m waiting for the dollar to start dropping again–hopefully fairly soon.G’nite all.

    • learnedmylesson25 says:

      Late word:Looks like Trump blinked.Will give Mexico and Canada “a thirty day exemption on the tariffs,while NAFTA is renegotiated.”Rally may continue.

  36. Sethu N says:

    Hi All,
    I will give you one number which one can use for going long or short. It is as simple as that. The number is 2745. Go long when 2745 is held with sl 2731 and go short when 2745 is resisted with sl 2758. Use the chart hourly time frame. Try it out and give me the feedback.

    • purplember says:

      we get it you don’t like trump. give a F****** rest

    • SPYtrader says:

      Holly, be patient. Your favorite website: http://www.trumphaters.com is coming soon.
      You will be able to post your HATE there for the next 7 years.

    • Holly Silver says:

      BA chart carries significates for whole market. 2 day close above 348.80 should spell much higher prices for market as a whole. Failure to break above is also a major warning.
      Last close 347.06 Seems everything is still in limbo without any traction or breakdown.

      • All you need to look at is the S&P 500 daily chart since 2/9 to see the traction. The only folks who are thinking this is a bearish market are the ones who were stunned deer in the headlights of a short-lived panic who haven’t gotten over the “trauma.” Look, we are in a nice rally and the last seven days have simply been a pullback & consolidation before the next leg higher.

      • fionamargaret says:

        BA has grown its fingernails longer, but MMM suggests 181….

    • fenster6 says:

      Really Holly – you have too much angst. The country is led by a moral, intelligent, respectful , honest, tax-paying, uniting, humble hairpiece, sorry I meant man…

      • tommyboys says:

        Yeah Fenny woulda been better to have a pathologically lying, crooked, entitled, gross, controlling (poor Bernie), obstructing, disgusting, email bleaching, enabling, corrupt, bureaucratic, abortion loving, self serving, illegal promoting, bought and paid for fat pig criminal at the helm. WAKE UP! It’s not about you “liking” the messenger! It’s about the best policies for US citizens in WHATEVER form that must take! 2500/3100 US counties OVERWHELMINGLY elected Trump – GET THE F*%# OVER IT – and now we’re WINNING for the first time in decades! Right personality to fight the embedded, do nothing, self serving bureaucracy at the right time. Trump was preordained to battle the backward thinking evil that had taken over. It won’t be easy to right decades of wrong working against a lying crooked media machine but Trump preordained for the job and has our founding principles on his side. Even you will feel differently in 2024. Go TRUMP and God bless America!

        • aahmichael says:

          I always laugh when Trump cultists use the “2500/3100 US counties overwhelmingly elected Trump” line, when those counties have more cows in them than people. Clinton cleaned up in the more populous counties, which is why she got 3 million more votes than Trump did, and the counties that did vote for Clinton produced two-thirds of the country’s new jobs and almost three-fourths of its economic growth in recent years.

          • tommyboys says:

            AWESOME MIKEY! You’re referencing the few dirty liberal states like CA where the screwed up lib policies have developed the largest homelessness, drug addicts, trannies & polution in the country? SWEET! Take confort in knowing you will continue to be able to laugh through at LEAST 2024 until a Trump clone takes over attempting to copy his enormous success! Enjoy and thank the Lord Jesus Christ that Trump won the bread snd butter dtsres and BACKBONE of the USA. God Bless Trump!

          • travis01 says:

            I don’t get into politics here but I am well-versed to debate over a beer. But you can’t seriously think it is not hypocritical thinking for Dems to say that the rural cities have less say bc there are more people in CA/NY and those people are the elite and should have the control. Electoral college is still the best answer. So now would you then say that those same rural counties – who likely own majority of guns – should make the nation’s gun laws bc they have the best insight and experience there? I guess we should just let the populated states decide our laws and leadership and let the dirty coal miners live in the world created for them. I’m not a Trump cultist, but I am a well-educated 1%er and republican in one of those dirty southern states. Let’s face it, Dems ran a bad candidate with a bad plan and were surprised. They will do better next round – though you can’t only care for blacks, women, children, vets, immigrants, and the poor when it suits you. This election was a good wakeup, and the next should be interesting.

    • torehund says:

      Trump is just addicted, this market has legs 🙂 🙂

  37. gtoptions says:

    Thanks Tony
    I’m going to sneak in here and try not to awaken the Crazies! 🙄
    SPY ~ Still Chop City ~ BTD ~ STR!
    https://www.tradingview.com/x/DNxL92FF/

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