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Tech Talk for Friday April 29th 2016

 

Daily Observations

Carl Icahn’s note late yesterday afternoon, that he no longer held a position in Apple, triggered a quick sell off by U.S. equity indices starting with weakness in Apple.

Volatilty (VIX) spiked in late trading

Home builder stocks and related ETFs were particularly hard hit. ‘Tis the season to take profits in the Home Builder sector!

 

StockTwits Released Yesterday @EquityClock

Investors continue to lean toward cyclical sectors as positive seasonal tendencies near an average peak.

Technicals by S&P stocks to 11:15: Bearish. Breakouts: $MJN, $RSG, $FB. Breakdowns: $HAR, $ORLY, $SBUX, $CB, $XL, $ALXN, $MYL, $AME, $FSLR, $FE.

Editor’s Note: After 11:15 AM EDT, one stock broke resistance (Micron) and one stock broke support: Cardinal Health

Nice breakouts by HudBay Minerals $HBM.CA and $LUN.CA to extend intermediate uptrends!

Nice breakout by Micron $MU above $12.29 to complete a double bottom pattern.

 

Trader’s Corner

Editor’s Note: More short term deterioration by U.S. equity indices

Daily Seasonal/Technical Equity Trends for April 28th 2016


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Red: Decrease from previous day

Daily Seasonal/Technical Commodities Trends for April 28th 2016


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Daily Seasonal/Technical Sector Trends for March April 28th 2016

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S&P 500 Momentum Barometer

Deterioration by the Barometer was significant yesterday, down 6.19% to 75.80. The Barometer remains intermediate overbought and has resumed a short term downtrend.

 

TSX Momentum Barometer

The Barometer was virtually unchanged yesterday, down 0.11% to 79.22. The Barometer remains intermediate overbought and showing short term signs of rolling over

 

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