Slope of Hope Blog Posts
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Just two years ago, Intel looked like one of the strongest, most stable, most promising equities in the known universe. This chart is a thing of great beauty, and INTC had made many people a tremendous amount of capital appreciation.(more…)
We saw the breakdown on SPX that I was warning about on my last post, and so far SPX is finding support in the 4000 area, which is the obvious support level as there is an intersection of decent support levels here. There are hourly buy signals fixed overnight on all of the six equity index futures I track on a daily basis and, subject to FOMC today, the pressure to deliver a rally today is strong.
The only support level not yet quite tested is rising wedge support from the 2022 low, and I’m wondering whether that, currently in the 3965 area, might need a test before the rally that we should see here. If we do see a test of that trendline and it holds, then that will open wedge resistance, currently in the 4240 area, as a possible target.(more…)
Tesla wanna-be Lucid Motors (LCID) was, at one time, a successful SPAC stock. Of course, there isn’t a SPAC on the planet that actually did well in the long run, and even before this evening, Lucid’s stock price was sucking out loud.(more…)
Earnings after the close………(more…)