Chart of the Day

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If you missed it, you can listen to our DXY review in our latest Outlook Video.
Markets are not looking too perky as tech continues to trade with a heavy tone. As already discussed in detail, unless we see some sustained weakness in Amazon and Apple, it will be hard to see a proper correction but we still maintain that these low liquidity ramps higher are bound to end badly, in a way that will make the VIX-debacle we saw at the start of the year look pretty tame and orderly. Remember that a lot of market commentators and participants today have ‘no concept of’ and ‘have never witnessed’ a ‘no-bid’ scenario.
Focus still remains on a lot of possible headline risk: Tariffs, NAFTA, Washington, Middle East, etc. However, as we have repeatedly said > the charts and levels hold the missing piece of the puzzle. Anything else has the potential to accelerate the ‘velocity’ of moves but the charts don’t lie and over a big enough sample, there is no reason to make things harder than they should be by not focusing on what price is telling you.
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Chart of the Day

“We have reached a profound point in economic history where the truth is unpalatable to the political class – and that truth is that the scale and magnitude of the problem is larger than their ability to respond – and it terrifies them.” – Hugh Hendry
As we wait for Powell to deliver his Jackson Hole speech, the most interesting dynamic remains post earning weakness and price action in a lot of the big tech names across the globe. We continue to maintain that it all started with Netflix and that the NQ is really weakening below the surface.
The other key focus remains the DXY where we stand by what we discussed in our Latest Weekly Outlook video. Remember to keep an eye on gold into the end of the month.
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As always, there is no substitute for real-time/live action; if you are interested in attending a daily morning call into NY with a more detailed live discussion on all the charts and ideas we highlight/review in the outlook video and here on the blog, you should check out our Daily Webinar Group.
Wishing you a great day ahead.