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The following monthly chart of the US Dollar (DX) contains three Andrew’s Pitchfork channels. The channel median apex for the two largest ones (pink and blue) sits at 90.00 and forms major channel support.
Price has been swirling around 90.00 since mid-January of this year. Recently, the DX has found support at the bottom of the smallest channel (green), which begins in March 2008. The momentum indicator has made a lower swing low, so it remains in downtrend on this timeframe and is still below the zero level, but has recently hooked upward.
Google (oh, sorry, I forgot to use the stupid name that no one uses – Alphabet) had a pretty bad day. I’m sure the management is a bit baffled what the hell they are supposed to be doing, since blowout earnings don’t help the way they used to. Even though the stock exploded higher yesterday afternoon, it barfed all over itself Tuesday.
I last wrote about the S&P 500 Index on April 19 and also included a couple of updates later that day.
I mentioned that its latest rally that tagged 2700 was weak and that the intraday action that day was hinting that it could be a pivot point where we’d see price either spike back up to 2700 or plunge down to 2650, or lower.
As at 1:30 pm ET today (Tuesday) the SPX has plunged below 2650 as the 10-Yr Treasury Yields tagged 3%, as shown on the following daily chart. (more…)
Among my shorts are companies that make money by developing weapons to slaughter human beings (to say nothing of the fact that Pentagon spending is, more than anything else, responsible for plunging our country into ruinous debt – – a debt that will never be repaid). Anyway, it’s nice to see war manufacturers suffer. Apocalypse Now.