There is little for prudent market players to do but to stay with the trend, even if it feels silly to do so.
We will anticipate, that's how the market works. No matter how we spin it those are anticipatory moves.
It's interesting how much the charts have changed in six months or so.
The banks have the ability to determine much of what's real and what's phony, more than any other group.
Let's check out a few charts and indicators.
The price action here appears to be signaling the market sees that better things are yet to come.
It isn't surprising to see some rotation taking place away from FAANG and tech stocks.
A correction in the price of JD.com could serve as a buying opportunity.
Powell and Mnuchin have created a bubble in their response to the Covid-19 crisis. It's difficult to see one when inside one.
As Disney World reopens, the shares may disappoint longs in the days ahead.