Super Thursday

“The only way out is through.” – Carl Jung
We are looking forwards to more action into the end of the week. If you are an active 50Scouts member: keep an eye on your inbox for a free pass to Friday’s daily webinar session (make sure to check your spam folder too), we’ll have plenty to discuss and review. 😉
As much as things have stabilized in the US, foreign markets are still struggling. We recently reviewed DAX and FTSE in detail but take a look at some of these other charts…
Make sure you keep on watching the bonds. As we have been warning repeatedly, still no sustained bounce in sight and all the other asset classes will be forced to pay attention and adjust…
In terms of equities, it’s all about recent lows vs the highs we made yesterday. If those highs give, then we would expect another push back towards all time highs (as discussed in our recent morning call). Don’t forget to watch intraday action on Boeing and Amazon for clues. Here is the NQ chart to give you an idea of the dynamics (ES and YM are very similar and we’ll be redrawing and discussing those live today). If you had to focus on one, ES is clearly the most technical and purest for now…
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Wishing you a great day ahead.

Bonds Bonds Bonds

“The greater the demands on me, the more I need to sustain my inner calm and stability.” – bkwsu.org
Once again, ignore these charts at your own peril:
If you missed it > latest weekly outlook video.
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Wishing you a great day ahead.

Getting Interesting

“We cannot see our reflection in running water. It is only in still water that we can see.” – Taoist proverb
If you missed it > latest weekly outlook video.
Yen and Bonds on the move, again, if they continue to get traction, equities will have to move accordingly… getting interesting. Here are the key charts to keep on you radar:
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Eyes on Bonds

“Resentment always hurts you more than it does the person you resent.” – Rick Warren
If you missed it, you can check out our latest video > EOY Review.
Here are key three charts that will be in focus throughout the year:

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ECB Day

“You can’t hit a home run unless you step up to the plate. You can’t catch a fish unless you put your line in the water. You can’t reach your goals if you don’t try.” – Kathy Seligman
Not wanting to sound like a broken record but as we discussed in our latest weekly outlook video the short-term focus is on potential event risk this weekend with developments in North Korea and with Hurricane Irma. Unless we get something spectacular out of the ECB today we would suspect euro to trade in the boarder range and for any dips to ultimately find buyers. Might want to keep an eye on the Bund too…
Apart form the charts we discussed in our Waiting for the Weekend post, we will been keeping a close eye on possible tactical intraday basing action on EURGBP and USDMXN.
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