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Down-volume was strong enough to suggest the pullback still has a hold on the market. We remain on the lookout for a buying opportunity, which appears more likely after a shakeout in high-beta areas of the market.feedback
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Apr 19 2017
Katie Stockton has been quoted 37 times. The one recent article where Katie Stockton has been quoted is This chart shows the fear is back on Wall Street. Most recently, Katie Stockton was quoted as having said, “A deeper pullback would be constructive in that it would generate short-term oversold conditions within the framework of the long-term uptrend.”.
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We might not see [the Santa rally] this time because we actually have some momentum [in] sell signals arising just now, so I think that'll unfold and take us into early January.feedback

I've been of the belief that the pullback will actually start before year-end, so no Santa Claus rally. The timing for such a rally is usually in the week between Christmas and New Year's Day. When we see a pullback, we want to be adding exposure to potentially take advantage of that.feedback

There's been a little bit of a loss of momentum recently on a short-term basis as we've approached 20,000 for the Dow industrials. That's not really a resistance level, but somehow market psychology creates a little resistance at times near those round numbers, so this would be a very natural place for a pullback tenfold.feedback

It's the first time that we're seeing some signs of exhaustion.feedback

An important point about the signals that we've seen just over the past week is that they've really been concentrated in the financial sector.feedback

Short-term overbought conditions are being absorbed via a consolidation phase this week. December's positive seasonal influences should help preserve the momentum behind the market, allowing for positive follow-through into year-end.feedback

The SPX confirmed a breakout yesterday that yields a short-term measured move price projection of 2285. The breakout is supported by positive short-term momentum, and overbought conditions have yet to create a drag on the market.feedback

Momentum is proving strong enough to overrule overbought conditions, so we think it is appropriate to be buying breakouts.feedback

Signs of short-term exhaustion have arisen in macro-level indices representing stocks, bonds, commodities, and currencies. This tells us to expect a pause in their steep upmoves/downmoves in the next 1-2 weeks as overbought/oversold conditions are absorbed.feedback

A pullback unfolded last week, leading to a successful test of initial support near 2115 by the SPX. Short-term momentum has weakened, but oversold conditions are widespread enough to suggest that the pullback will mature this week.feedback

For me, it could be the return of overbought conditions on Friday. We had a pretty strong session on Friday and that supports a pullback today.feedback

It's a minor level because it hasn't been tested that much. Technical levels are stronger the more you test them.feedback

Yesterday's pullback did not damage the chart of the SPX, which still has the support of improved short-term momentum. European markets look like they may be undergoing a shakeout (of weak holders) characterized by strong emotions and heavy volume.feedback

Our short-term indicators continue to support the pullback, with room for volatility to expand. Fortunately, breadth has gotten oversold enough to suggest a breach of support would be short-lived. We would be seeking buy-the-dip candidates to add exposure to once short-term momentum improves.feedback

I think investors might be rewarded by waiting a few days, but not much longer than that, based on indicators.feedback

Now there's minor resistance at the high, 2,194.feedback

Yesterday's rebound did not improve the posture of our short-term indicators, which remain supportive of the pullback. The SPX has confirmed a breakdown below its 50-day moving average in a reflection of weak short-term momentum.feedback

More climactic selling is needed to bring our market internal measures to oversold extremes, therein signaling a tradable low.feedback

I think short-term underperformance is to be expected from biotech stocks, and other high-beta areas of the market, as the major indices pull back. However, I expect them to exhibit leadership in Q4.feedback

Tested twice, three times, makes it more obvious to be a strong resistance level. There's pent-up selling pressure there.feedback

An oversold bounce is likely to interrupt the pullback in the SPX today, but we think it will fade on weak short-term momentum. Signs of short-term downside exhaustion have arisen in the technology sector and European equity benchmarks, supporting a few days of stabilization in those areas. However, broad-based indices like the SPX are still a couple of days away from flashing short-term oversold 'buy' signals.feedback

Yesterday's 1.0 percent decline in the SPX reflects a loss of short-term momentum that was already evident in most global equity markets. We find it worrisome that the NASDAQ 100 Index gapped down for the first time since early January.feedback

U.S. stocks are positioned to pull back this morning on the back of weakness in Europe. Initial intraday support is about 20 points below current levels for the S&P futures, heightening downside risk for today/tomorrow.feedback

The relief rally is persistent and reflects improved intermediate-term momentum. However, we would be wary of a loss of short-term momentum given widespread short-term overbought conditions.feedback

The SPX cleared short-term resistance last week, but we expect upside follow-through to be limited by short-term overbought conditions.feedback

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