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In short, the market seems to have completely and utterly absorbed the trade deal failure. Indeed, when we were told how a trade deal was absolutely going to happen, people agreed it would be uber-bullish when it did. And yet, now that it’s totally failed……….zilch. It’s become irrelevant.
One need look no farther than the VIX to witness this:
In two days, we’ve gone from zero Slope Links in SlopeCharts to five, and more are coming. I’ll let them speak for themselves about their purpose:
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In spite of what seems like a pretty ugly trade war, the market is strong and tightly range-bound. I wanted to update some major cash indexes to illustrate some important zones of support (magenta) and resistance (green). The bulls get the upper hand (or hoof, I guess) if the green breaks, whereas the bears get the upper paw if the magenta fails. As always, click on any chart for a much larger version.
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You can pretty much count on it. If we get a decent down day, then the administration will frantically back-pedal any tough-on-trade talk and send equities flying higher again. This back-and-forth has been in place for weeks.