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  • Squawk / 1 hour ago
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    The US stock market recovered almost half of its earlier losses by the close today, leaving the S&P 500 index still clinging to key support levels (see chart below). Meanwhile in the credit markets the US yield curve is now flatter than anytime since the GFC and two year German bunds have hit –0.52%. The odds of a rate hike by the Fed in March are virtually zero compare with 50/50 in Jan as shown in chart below from Bloomberg.

    As Bob Dylan sang “Something is happening here but you don’t know what it is; do you, Mr Jones ?”
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    Patto Patto
    You're based in New Zealand aren't you Max? That must be quite convenient as Wall Street closes 10 am your time so you've been at your desk...
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Yes that's right. Perfect time zone for assessment of US price action as well as for Analysis and Forecasts ready for the start of Asian and European...
  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    We got a more then 4 % sell-off on the OMXS30.I today. Gann cycles points to a possible low on February 11, which so happens to be the same day as the Riksbank is communicating their most recent is already and sure is going to be an interesting week...if this week fail to produce a substantial low mid-March is the next opportunity. In any case the cycles told us that the most recent low accounted for an incomplete cycle which now is confirmed with a lower close today. From a price perspective it appears the low set back in October last year is in for a test...
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  • 3h
    miros13 miros13
    And what about 8900 ?
    dominom dominom
    And 8600
  • 11h
    fxtime fxtime
    Hope you earned Zed :-)
    Zed1 Zed1
    Got 20pts long on GER30, same strategy, right before it slipped down. Was a tad hesitant to short it right away. Waiting for a bounce towards 9120....
    fxtime fxtime
    Some good calls mate....well done with the rapid stop placement.