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Trading for a Bounce -- Not a Bottom

Here's my thinking on the Nasdaq, bonds, energy, commodities and crypto right now.

The Market May Not Care Yet, but This Hiring Pace Is Not Normal

Sure, the jobs number lined up with expectations and the market didn't really budge on the big number. But let's take a close look at these figures and see why it's getting a little too hot in here.

As Investors Wait for Capitulation, Here's What Could Trigger a Reversal

Be ready. An ugly liquidation stage to key S&P 500 levels will put the stock market well in front of the Fed, leading to a buying opportunity.

Won't Get Fooled Again, Bullish Reversal, Goldman Rocks, Trading Baxter

Markets will either confirm or deny Monday's bullish reversal this week. Traders are already up to their eyeballs in water snakes and alligators.

The Fed Should Follow Volcker's Playbook and Act Boldly This Week

Enough with the verbal threats and jawboning; action is needed or there will be bigger problems to deal with down the road.

Will the Fed Save Us?

It seems all the talk of capitulation hasn't been backed by positioning and the market is ripe for a further pullback.

Waiting for Capitulation? All I Can Offer You Is This

Let's take a look at my Oscillator, two other indicators and the TLT to see where the market is in terms of oversold readings.

Twitter and Musk, Monday Reversal, Treasuries, Energy's Hammer, Kohl's Cash-Out?

I found two very interesting takeaways from Monday's sharp market reversal.

Market Searches for Momentum as It Tunes Out Netflix

I am much more interested in buying strength than in buying weakness.

Stocks Struggle to Find Support Following a Surprisingly Poor Netflix Report

The most important issue right now is that bonds find some support.