“You can’t get much done in life if you only work on the days when you feel good.” – Jerry West
“Every revolution seems impossible at the beginning, and after it happens, it was inevitable.” – Bill Ayers
No real change to what we have been highlighting this week as we have been updating our latest Weekly Outlook Video.
It finally looks like some moves are starting to come in. As discussed, there have been far too many warning signals and dislocations that rarely manage to hold a sustained pace. We do not really follow things like the Hindenburg Omen (just triggered on both the NYSE and Nasdaq) but we’ll take anything that seems to play towards our book 😉
As we approach NFP and the French election, we remain focused on the following charts:
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“The four most dangerous words in investing are: ‘this time it’s different’.” – John Templeton
Very little to add to the discussion and view from our latest Weekly Outlook Video. If you haven’t had time to go through it, we would recommend you catch up on this review. There is no point sounding like a broken clock, we’ll just let the charts and moves play out.
Today’s focus: GBP o/n news and through data, Apple, NQ vs other indices, continued pressure on Crude, DXY positioning into and post FOMC.
Last but not least, might want to keep an eye on Silver…