July 18, 2019 9:03am
What’s to report – nada, just another trading day!
Bottoms keep appearing, pricing growth appears and then disappears
Quarterly results haven’t even started to tabulate of my forty-five (45)
It's a daunting task to understand risk, seeing the unforeseen; on the basis of my own rules of reliability, I set-up my own “warning analysis” which isn’t machine oriented!
Sustainability remains a cause for concern
Dow futures are DOWN -0.14% (-37 points), S&P futures are DOWN -0.05% (-2 points) and NASDAQ futures are also DOWN -0.04% (-13 points)
U.S. stock index futures were slightly lower Thursday morning as earnings season gathers momentum;
European markets slip with the pan-European Stoxx 600 slipping -0.4% by mid-morning;
Asia Pacific markets dipped with Japanese stocks the biggest losers amid renewed threats to any trade deal;
Markets closed Wednesday at a lows, trade negotiations between the U.S. and China had faltered over restrictions on Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, citing sources familiar with the talks <CNBC>.
Is the sector about to regain momentum – it’s time in marginal increments!
Organovo (ONVO) adds to the reporting date (Q1) on 8/8.
From Wednesday’s evening post, “lucky, lucky the sector rose. Markets fell on Wednesday as the corporate earnings season rolled on. Volume was low and the Advance/decline (A/D0 line was strapped at 23/20 with 0 flat and 2 acquired.”
- The NASDAQ was down -37.59 or -0.46% to 8,185.21;
- The range of the 23 upside was +0.12% (BMRN) to +17.92% (CUR after a 1 for 20 reverse +$0.0632) while the 20 downside ranged from -0.15% (VCEL) to -4.49% (ONVO);
- the IBB closed up +0.19% while the XBI closed up +0.05%’
- 5 out of the 23 upside had higher than the 3 month average volume;
- 1 out of the 20 downside had higher than the 3 month average volume;
- Q3/19 so far: there were 4 positive, 1 holiday and 8 negative closes;
Companies in my headlights – It’s your decision; I provide an idea and context:
Oversold versus overbought pick one, it fits today and will change by tomorrow
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