Friday’s market action continued its sideways chop as it consolidated the gain from last Wednesday’s trending day to the upside.
As the 10-minute screenshot for the day shows there was almost no money to be made in the choppy action, and if there were any profits to be taken, they would have had to been taken fast while losses would have been easy to come by on both sides of the market (see the flags on the lower right of each chart below).
However, with both the SPY and QQQ closing above their respective opens and intraday moving averages, as well as all end-of-day swing signals turning bullish again, the initial trade on Monday is to the buy side (see table below) for another possible up swing.
Long-term breadth remains down, but barely (-1) with the threat of another bullish whipsaw. It has been whipsawing daily for the past week.
(Needless to say, this market, in general, remains wildly overbought and can pull back any week, any day, any hour, any minute but that is the way it usually is in raging bull markets.)
SWING TRADING SIGNALS:
LONG-TERM BREADTH: Sell (Day 2).
PRICE: Buy. (Day 1).
SHORT-TERM BREADTH: Buy. (Day 1).
VOLATILITY: Buy, (Day 1).
SPY CLOSE – 280.41
QQQ CLOSE – 166.34
CNN MONEY’S FEAR AND GREED INDEX: 80, rising, extreme greed level).
NIFTY-50 STOCK LIST: 30 Buys; 17 Overbought, 3 Oversold, 10 new buys today, 1 new sells.