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Amazing isn’t it? It was only back in H2 2018 when everybody but you
(because you are as smart as I think you are or because you read NFTRH or nftrh.com) and me was unbelievably bearish about the TREASURY BOND BEAR MARKET!!!
Today… not so much. The herd is absolutely pile driving bonds right now.
These four stocks have strong technical momentum aligning with upbeat earnings.
Canadian Solar Inc. (CSIQ) rose $2.48 to $23.08 on 4.3 million shares Thursday, over 6x its average volume. The solar power company delivered a huge earnings surprise in its second-quarter financial release. A move through the spike high from early March at $25.89 could accelerate the stock towards $29.
One of the most badly-battered sectors of the market has been in the oil and gas space. The XOP, shown below, actually pushed below its lowest prices in history, including the depths of the financial crisis, just yesterday. I’m not buying it, but I thought I’d at least share the chart for your examination.
I lightened up soon after the open this morning, although I’m still in 43 shorts. My commitment level is 130%, down from 200%, and I offer some of the charts below as the basis for my decision: specifically, some of the best setups have become extraordinarily oversold. I doubt they will recover to their failure points, but I’d at least like to see some of these beat-downs reduced before getting aggressive again.