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10 Great Companies That Are Overvalued

June 17th, 2014

tenDavid Trainer: “It’s far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.” Read more…

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Futures Up Big After Summers Exits Fed Chair Race

September 16th, 2013

morningcallScott Redler: World markets and US futures are up big, rallying on the fact that Larry Summers is dropping out of the running for next Fed Chair. Emerging markets started acting better late Summer and US markets had their modest Read more…

NASDAQ:QQQ, NYSE:IYT, NYSE:XHB, NYSE:XLE, NYSE:XLF

Action Could Dry Up During Sparse Data, Earnings Calendar

August 9th, 2013

morningcall

Futures are a bit off their lows down 4-6 handles. We’ve been trying to figure out if the bears have enough juice for any further downside action. Earlier this week they had enough power to break us below the S&P 1698-1702 pivot after we put in  Read more…

NYSE:GLD

Morning Call: Earnings Season Begins (INFA, FB, VMW, SPY)

July 9th, 2012

Futures are pointing to a weak open as numbers out of China continue to point to a hard landing and Spanish yields close in on historic highs. The 10-year yield climbed above 7%, whcih pretty much priced them out of the private market. Why would the Read more…

NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Market Shrugging Off Disappointing Earnings Reports

October 18th, 2011

(NYSE:SPY) premarket went as low as $119.15- which was around the low from last Thursday that held at$ 119. I scooped up some small SPY below 119.50 premarket. Will trade it vs. the premarket low. (NYSE:BAC) and (NYSE:GS) are now up! See if they can hold. If they do, this can be a good for the indices. GS above $98.50 is a big victory, if it can hold for more than 60minutes perhaps it gets frisky. I also scooped some (NYSE:XLF) Read more…

NYSE:SPY, NYSE:XLF

Morning Call: Futures Up 15 Handles-Again

September 27th, 2011

Some headlines of Bold Action in Europe, and a bit of a compromise in Washington, are helping the futures and the markets this morning. This up open is nice follow through for those who went out long, based on yesterday’s strength. Some nice follow through to all those 80-20 Red Dog Reversals that we saw in many sectors across the board. Yesterday we outlined micro strategies to be long for “cash flow” and sometimes you can Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:XLF

Morning Call: Are Stocks Being Pinned for Quad Witching Options Expiration?

September 15th, 2011

S&P futures are up 7-9 handles this morning, going for the 4th day of this rally. There isn’t much new to report on the news front, which is probably why the futures are higher. Overseas markets followed the US gains, and there are no new developments in the Greek debt saga. S&P resistance to watch if we can get there stands at 1198-1202, and then the recent highs of this Read more…

NYSE:GLD

Relative Strength from Tech Leaders, Banks Still Drag

September 14th, 2011

Markets opened higher and the SPX hit 1180, just below the next big resistance area of 1184-1187. Trading back below yesterday’s high of 1176 is a short-term sell signal, or a signal to take some profits if you’ve been trying to trail this 3 day move from Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Has Storm Passed, or Is This the Eye of the Hurricane?

August 15th, 2011

Usually, violent storms don’t just go away! There usually is a pause or an eye before the violence continues. I would not chase higher prices in this turbulent makret, but since we had such a big move lower there is still room to churn higher. You don’t have to trade the noise, simply wait for more Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Stocks Look to Build on Yesterday’s Powerful Reversal

August 10th, 2011

After a 17-20% move off the highs for most indices that market finally had a big reversal day yesterday. This morning it appears we are set for a down open as we digest yesterday’s big swing. A technical outside day where we made new lows on the year and then closed on the highs should still lead to some higher prices in the near future if this market has any juice. That can be considered Day 1 of a new attempted rally, and the action over Read more…

NASDAQ:QQQ, NASDAQ:QQQQ, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Stocks Set for Higher Open Despite Debt Worries

July 26th, 2011

US stock futures point to a higher open Tuesday despite the ongoing Washington Circus. Politicians care more about what they say on record vs. the good of the American people. The longer this goes, the less credibility we will salvage on the Read more…

NYSE:FXE, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Stocks Wait for EU Summit, US Debt Resolution

July 21st, 2011

Indices opened higher yesterday after a nice three-day move from $129.63 to about $133.15 yesterday, then slowly traded a bit lower for an inside day. Some leading stocks had some exhaustion gaps that normally lead to a new base, including VMWare, Inc. (NYSE:VMW), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Wynn Resorts Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN). It’s normal for these types of stocks to run into earnings and then Read more…

NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Apple (AAPL) Earnings Buoy Futures

July 20th, 2011

US stock futures are set for a higher open Wednesday morning on the heels of a blockbuster earnings report from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). The tech giant greatly exceeded even lofty consensus estimates from Wall St, thanks in large part to tremendous iPad and iPhone sales. The stock is currently set to open up around $400, up 6% from yesterday’s close. Strength from the market leader provides Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:SLV, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Dip Buying Opportunity as Debt Ceiling Talks Enter Crunch Time

July 18th, 2011

S&P futures are down about 10 handles this morning as we come into the crucial area that must hold for the bears to maintain much hope for the short-term. After a choppy week with mixed action, we will get some key earnings from some more banks and momentum names this week. The tech sector got a big boost last week from Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) earnings, which blew out estimates, sending the Read more…

NYSE:OIH, NYSE:SPY

Morning Call: Futures Recovering From Overnight Lows, Europe Woes in Focus

July 12th, 2011

Markets opened sharply lower yesterday and really never looked back. Some strong stocks tried to hold higher like Friday but it felt different; they couldn’t absorb the pressure. SPYs tried to hold the 50day moving average “zone” around $131.80-132.10. They took out this area last night and we are set to open about 12-14 handles lower as the Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:RTH, NYSE:SPY




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