The market's violent reversal gave the bears a much needed boost as stocks closed on their lows. We also discuss our latest 'Wolfe Fusion Short Basket'.
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After an epic run, are these leadership names finally due for a breather? There is no denying the bullish trends, but overbought at the top end of their absolute and relative channels, suggest some digestion is warranted. Plus, what's going on with the rails?
Long the NASDAQ and short small cap value remains the ultimate pain trade, but make no mistake, there's opportunity in this dramatic laggard.
It was back in 1977 when Fonzie (Henry Winkler as Arthur Fonzarelli), and the Happy Days’ gang, visited Hollywood for his screen test. Hollywood wasn’t kind to Fonzie – after all, he was a legend in Milwaukee – as his screen test flopped and his bravery was challenged by the “California Kid.” The challenge, which Fonzie accepted, was to complete a water-ski jump over a penned shark. Fonzie successfully jumped the shark – wearing his signature leather jacket, of course – and while the episode was tremendously successful, the phrase “jumping the shark” has come to be used pejoratively to reflect a moment in time when an item changes irrevocably for the worse. Happy Days had peaked!
Is this sleepy, under the radar group set to breakout?
Let's take a look at some of the recent epic moves and invert them - helps to view them in a different light.
Chillin' & Chartin' -- Weekly Technical Chart Packet / Macro Overview
As growth pushes to yet another all-time high, Value's biggest weight continues to languish.
It doesn’t happen often now, but it used to be commonplace for a Street economist or strategist to tell their audience what the Fed was thinking about gold. Politely, but cynically, we’d bet these same folks $10 that they couldn’t even tell us what the people in their own home were thinking so there was no way they had any insight into what the mandarins in the Eccles Building were thinking about gold. We felt a bit better about our cheekiness when we asked two former regional Fed Presidents if the Fed pays attention to gold.
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