Chris Temple joins me for a discussion on the phase-one trade deal and what it means for markets, sentiment, and the possibility of a phase-two deal in the future. We focus a lot on markets and the other factors continuing to dive the indexes higher.
TG Waltkins, Director of Stocks at Simpler Trading joins me to outline a number of stocks that are experiencing short squeeze pops currently. With how far the markets have run over the past year and just over the past 4 months we discuss the why these shorts are getting squeezed now.
Doc joins me to share his updated thoughts on if gold can hold the $1,550 level and where he sees GDX going. What is very noteworthy is now Doc has moved up his timeline on when he thinks gold will test the recent high around $1,600. We also discuss the potential and timing of a significant drop in US markets.
Ed Moya joins me to share views on the US equity markets and how recent data and general central bank policy could support a continued rise. There is no arguing that the current rally in US markets is due for a pullback however it could go one for a little while longer, being supported by recent news events. Pay close attention to Ed’s time frame because he is expecting volatility to creep back in the near term.
Jordan Roy-Byrne kicks off today by sharing his thoughts on the recent spikes and now pullbacks in gold. We also address the recent pullback in GDX. The overarching main question we address is if the recent highs in gold and GDX will be broken in the near term.
Rick Ackerman joins me to share what his technicals are telling him about a wide range of the major sectors we follow. We start with gold and GDX with buy levels Rick is waiting for. Next up is his short term outlook for the US Dollar and US equity markets.
Allison Osrtander joins me today to share her thoughts on the Us markets and levels she is watching for a short term S&P correction. We also discuss the balance between the risk on vs risk off trade where both have performed well over the past year. Next up are some comments on the financial sector and stock she see as going higher, Visa.
Peter Hanks, Analyst at DailyFX joins me to share his thoughts on the crazy start to 2020 for US markets, the US dollar, and gold. We discuss the major drivers, outside of the geopolitical issues, and how such aspects like the Fed and trade will remain key throughout 2020.
This weekend show is packed with generalists all weighing in on where they see opportunities in the markets. I found it very interesting how they are all looking to safe havens as a solid long term play.
Please keep in touch by emailing me at Fleck@kereport.com. I hope you all enjoy this weekend’s show.
- Segment 1 – Mike Larson kicks off the show by sharing the strategies that have been working for his newsletter. With a buy the dip mentality still in US markets there are some other opportunities that he sees as being more opportunistic.
- Segment 2 – Dana Lyons outlines his trading strategy for US markets, gold, and oil. His proprietary risk model is starting to shift for the broad averages.
- Segment 3 – Marc Chandler helps us all take a step back from the recent news and understand how money flows are showing future direction of US markets, gold, and the USD. We also touch on the multitude of news events that will drive markets next week.
- Segment 4 – Trader Vic wraps up the show with a summary of his thoughts on where the markets will move throughout this year.
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Chris Temple joins me to wrap up the markets today with comments on the jobs data that disappointing and what could happen on the trade front at next week’s meeting/signing. The markets sold off into the close but in no way have traders rushing for the exits.