Don’t Tug On Superman’s Cape April 09, 2020 You can put aside your fancy chart patterns, and your in-depth fundamental analyses. The Fed is now in charge of everything, and the Fed is buying. As the late Martin Zweig advised, “Don’t fight the Fed.” After 10 years of having stimulative interest rate policy, the Fed […]
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“After launching the iPhone 13 range and new iPads in September, Apple is falling millions of units short of its production goals and missing out on billions of dollars of revenue.”
Am I doing this right?
$AAPL (+0.7% pre) Nikkei: Apple has halted iPhone production for the first time in over a decade
“More” Surprises or
“Moar” Surprises 🤔
Markets aren't ready for what the Federal Reserve has to tell them, says the former head of the New York Fed https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2021-12-08/the-next-fed-meeting-will-offer-more-surprises via @bopinion
Is front-running Dec OPEX in full view with this massive short-covering rally?
Many predicting much higher SPY + strong Santa Rally post Dec OPEX, but when comparing major lows coinciding with day after OPEX, we need a gut-check:
Do you consider $SPX $4500 a "major low"?
Then, suddenly, on 12/17 those 3.3 million puts expire. Dealers find themselves short too many futures, and needing to cover ASAP. Trap released. Markets rally.
Consider 2 other major lows coinciding with the day after OPEX:
Dec 24th, 2018
March 23rd, 2020