Here's why we believe 'higher for longer DUE to higher GDP' has a more dovish tone, and remain constructive for the rest of the year.
Let's drill down to see the risk/reward conditions of the stock and why it may no longer be a 'Best Idea.'
The charts of the online giant are casting a bearish hue.
The technical signals indicate traders and investors should avoid the long side of PVH as its shares could be in for a deeper decline.
Will this corrective action continue, or will the indexes be saved once again by the 'Magnificent Seven'?
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Let me show you what I am seeing and the key price levels to watch.
Markets are a discounting mechanism.
Take after legendary trader Jesse Livermore on this news.
Let's take a look at the charts.
The Fed Chair did not sound as sure of himself or the committee as has in the past. He seemed as uncertain about the future of the economy as are the rest of us, which is a negative.
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Let's take a close look at the major stock indexes and indicators
Markets are apprehensive into the September FOMC. But we think the risk/reward is actually somewhat positive into this meeting. Stay with Technology, Energy and Industrials.
The charts of the entertainment giant have not bottomed, though the shares could make an oversold bounce at any time.
In advance of the homebuilder reporting its third-quarter results, the charts are suggesting its shares could see more weakness ahead.
The FOMC likely wants everyone to see this meeting as more of a 'skip' and less of a 'pause.'
The technical indicators suggest that traders should wait until a bottom pattern plays out in the shares of the vaccine maker.
The charts of the medical device company indicate its shares may have topped out.
If you think we have no idea concerning economic growth, just get a load of these professional economists -- all working at regional district branches of our nation's central bank.
We have reached the point in the calendar where seasonal trends are bearish.
We continue to honor sell signals.
Conditions are ripe for some difficult trading action this week.
The week following the September 'triple-witching' expirations event, which was this past Friday, is often the worst week for U.S. market performance for the entire year.
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We see multiple reasons to expect improved market performance going into the second half of September.
I don't see a bottom in sight when looking at these charts.
Downside risk has increased.
Let's see if traders of this Dow component will become buyers or sellers.