Focus still on Tech

“Without numbers, there are no odds and no probabilities; without odds and probabilities, the only way to deal with risk is to appeal to the gods and the fates. Without numbers, risk is wholly a matter of gut.” – Peter L. Bernstein
Will try and post a morning call tomorrow, will keep it short and simple today.
As discussed once again in our weekly outlook video, our focus has been and remains on tech. The bears manage to inflict some decent damage to a lot of the names… still just a flesh wound but with clear potential to accelerate to the downside in an aggressive manner. As far as the other indices are concerned, it’s all about the negative daily closes, if the highs hold, the Trump/Tax run could be done in the buy the rumor sell the news scenario we have been discussing.
Furthermore, staying with the buy the rumor sell the news theme; don’t forget to keep an eye on CL.
Make sure you keep an eye on URA this week as it is starting to look more and more constructive.
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Wednesday Update

“What this power is I cannot say; all I know is that it exists and it becomes available only when a man is in that state of mind in which he knows exactly what he wants and is fully determined not to quit until he finds it.” – Alexander Graham Bell
As participants tackle the last full trading day of the week, all eyes are going to be on the FOMC Meeting Minutes. Clearly, holiday week trading can be tricky and the market is doing a good job making things hard to read with traditional correlation being out of whack. This is nothing new, we’ll just have to wait and be patient.
As we have been discussing, ZBs are still stuck and waiting for the next real catalyst:
And equities continue the grind higher (eyes on how ES trades from a closing basis around the 2600 mark):
URA has finally started to move and is attempting a sustained breakout from the 12.70/11.30 support zone. It has taken some time but the news flow is finally starting to support our longer-term theme of Uranium prices turning up and moving back in line with the cyclical economics:

As we go into this long week-end break, here are some links to keep you busy until the next update:
Catch you all back on Sunday for the next Weekly Outlook Video.
Wishing everyone a great break!