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Weekly Broad Market Levels: The Next Major Inflection Point
Next Week is going to be important. We explain what to favor when a market low is in place and reveals when the next key inflection point and swing pivot will be. Find out what the weekly market signals tell us about the current market outlook and learn about how the I/O Fund approaches de-risking its growth portfolio stocks.
Cybersecurity Continues To Lead Cloud Stocks
Last June, we discussed key reasons that cybersecurity stocks would hold up particularly well compared to other cloud verticals. The analysis pointed to enterprise spending expected to increase in 2022 from the previous year, according to Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) surveys.
Broad Market Levels: September 15, 2022
Knox explores potential bear market scenarios. With the help of basic trend analysis, he hopes viewers will be able to filter their emotions, so they can be on the right side of trend changes. Knox also covers September 16th's quadruple witching event, he details what supporting markets contributed to this bear market and ends the technical analysis by discussing the market impact of a potential recession in 2023.
Solar Stocks Lead The Market This Year As Energy Crisis Heats Up
Solar energy stocks have outperformed the S&P 500 Index YTD with the most noticeable divergence June-August. The S&P 500 index is down 17% YTD and Nasdaq-100 index is down 26%, yet solar stocks are leading the tech industry as Enphase Energy is up 72%, Maxeon Solar Technologies is up 62%, and First Solar is up 56% YTD.
Broad Market Levels: September 01, 2022
While examining the current broad market, Knox discusses whether or not the first leg of a larger bear market will last until 2023 or if there's something else going on. The broad market update also includes an overview of three scenarios that will be likely going forward and takes a look at the supporting markets such as crude oil and the U.S. dollar.
Why the Next Two Weeks Could Determine the Rest of 2022
For most of August, we have been providing free webinars in prior blog posts outlining an “imminent pullback.” You can access these here, and here. In this article, we will discuss key levels that must hold in order to maintain a long-term bullish bias. We also discuss why a direct drop to new lows may not play out, even if the bear market resumes. We then discuss the supporting markets that need to work in unison with equities before we can see a meaningful uptrend resume.
The Pullback is in Effect - Broad Market Levels - 08/26/2022
The pullback we've been warning about is in effect. We are in the middle of our target zone with 4000 SPX next. As long as we hold 4000/3975 and then turn back up to make one higher above 4330 SPX, the case for a new long-term bull market development remains intact.
Levels to Monitor in the Coming Pullback
In early July, the broad market failed to make new lows even despite bad news. The CPI print came in at a 40-year high, followed by the producer price index surprising to the upside. This told the market that inflation was still an issue and would likely be into the near future. This was then followed by mixed banks earnings, as reports of a looming economic slowdown and run-away inflation was starting to show up in earnings.