TLDR: That dip yesterday could be a technical correction (trendlines are scary) more than the beginning of the retracement. But what about the year-end rally?
Our Candle Breadth Leading Indicator recently breached its 95 threshold. When this happened in the past, if SPX kept rallying then the rally was capped at ~4% in the next month.
All of this to say, the upside from here is limited. 4% gives you a ~4,570 SPX top, which looks just about right on the chart. There’s exactly 0 investors who would buy that level with enthusiasm.
On the flipside after 8 days of rally the downside seems equally open, say back to 4,200 which gives us also ~4% on the downside.
So where to henceforth? It’s a balanced market (dovish Fed, falling inflation, ok earnings, ok PMIs, value abounds), and range-bound price action is likely. History would say the next 3 months see a rally, if not a huge one.
For investors, this means nothing. Stick to your core allocation, which in our opinion should include a healthy helping of UST 10s and 5s
For traders, this feels more like a strangle market. A condor maybe? VIX 15 is fairly mid-range, it’s not like buying 12 but neither 20.
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As we approach the conclusion of the third-quarter earnings season, the spotlight turns to retailers, with industry giants such as Walmart, Target, and Home Depot set to provide crucial insights. These companies play a pivotal role in reflecting the pulse of the US consumer, a key driver of economic growth.
Walmart's expanding market share in the grocery sector holds promise for bolstering its overall revenue. However, caution is warranted, as our analysis of historical earnings data reveals a tendency for Walmart's stock to dip in the week following a reported earnings-per-share (EPS) beat.
Meanwhile, Target grapples with a decline in customer traffic, attributed to a shift in demand away from consumer discretionary products. Despite surpassing EPS expectations last quarter, Target's stock witnessed a subsequent decline.
Lastly, Home Depot faces challenges amid high inflation and a shortage of homes, presenting potential hurdles in the short term. Nevertheless, historical trends indicate that Home Depot's stock tends to exhibit upward movement, even in cases of missing earnings expectations.
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