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Kimble Charts: Utilities

Kimble Charts: Utilities

By Ilene

Chris Kimble shared his chart of the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF, XLU, with us.

The one month performance inset shows XLU’s uninspiring performance compared to every other ETF on the list. However, the rather steep bullish falling wedge pattern says that it may be time for a bounce.

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Chris likes XLU for a short-term bounce off the 200 day moving average at $44. One way to play this setup is to buy the XLU outright. Chris suggests a 3% stop loss on the shares.

Another bullish play is to use options in a strategy designed by Phil:

1. Buy the XLU June $42 call for $2.85 and sell the June $45 call for $1.10 for net $1.75 on the $3 spread.

2. Sell the January 2016 $39 put for $1.35 to drop the net cost of the spread down to $0.40. The spread has a potential $2.60 upside ($3 minus the cost of $0.40) — i.e., XLU holds $45 through June 19, 2015, we’d collect $3 back on the spread which cost $0.40 (including the $1.35 we collected for selling the put). If XLU then holds $39 through January, 2016, the short put will expire worthless and our profit will be $2.60 on cash (650%). (Note: on the call spread for June 19, 2015, the best case result is $3 per share if XLU is $45 or higher on expiration. The worst case scenario plays out if XLU $42 or below on expiration, in which case the call spread would have no value.)

If 10 June $42 calls are bought, 10 June $45 calls are sold, and 10 Jan. 16 $39 puts are sold, the downside is the obligation to own 1000 shares of XLU (which pays a 3% dividend) at net cost of $39.40 (11% off the current price of about $44.30) if XLU is below $39 in January 2016. That position can also be rolled or adjusted.

According to ThinkOrSwim, the net margin for selling 10 puts for $1,350 is just $2,690 plus the $1,750 cash needed for the spread means laying out $4,440 of cash plus margin to make up to $2,600 (58.8%) by January expiration.

For free alerts from Chris on other interesting chart patterns, visit his website and sign up at the top right.





VIX (Fear Ratio) could be forming bullish pattern

VIX (Fear Ratio) could be forming bullish pattern

Courtesy of Chris Kimble's Charting Solutions 

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The chart below looks back on the past 31 days and reflects that the S&P 500 did well (up over 5%). During this rally, investors confidence grew and fear levels fell hard (over 30%).

The above chart takes a look at the VIX index, which appears to be forming a bullish falling wedge, with the apex of the wedge pattern coming into play as the VIX index is hitting rising support.

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Falling wedges suggest than an asset will rally around 65% of the time.

The top chart shows that the VIX index created a bullish falling wedge in late 2014. Once the VIX broke the upside of the bullish pattern, it rallied 100% in 11 days! During this VIX rally, SPY fell just under 5%.

The chart below highlights a sharp rally in the inverse fear ETN XIV. It has had a sharp rally over the past month, after it seemed to form a double bottom. XIV remains inside of a falling channel and is testing its 38% Fib level.

 

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Some extreme moves in fear levels have taken place in the past month. Either the VIX index breaking above resistance of the bullish falling wedge, or XIV breaking below its steep rising support line, would suggest that fear levels are due to rally in the short-term.

Full Disclosure – Kimble's Premium Members have owned XIV over the past few weeks and are harvesting positions at Fib resistance.

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Phil's option trade idea for going long volatility involves using the VXX, an ETN that tracks the VIX "fear index." The specific trade is:

1) Buy the VXX April 17, 2015 $24/$29 bull call spread for an outlay of $2.15. (The April 17, 2015 $24 call is trading for $3.80 and the April $29 call is trading for $1.65.) Thus the $5 spread has a net cost of about $2.15 — a reasonable price for a $5 spread.

2) With the VIX at $14.30, Phil would also sell the April 17, 2015, $25 put for about $1.00 to drop the net price of the combined options array to $1.15.

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Close to an Inflection point for S&P

Courtesy of Declan.

A second day of losses brought markets closer to support, and a potential decision point.

The S&P tagged support at 2094 and the 20-day MA at 2090. Bulls will need to step up to the plate tomorrow if such key support is to hold. Lose 2093 and 2064 comes into play. Volume climbed today to register as distribution.


The Nasdaq was little changed. It was able to rally in late afternoon trading as it hugged the 10% envelope (relative to the 200-day MA.   The 20-day MA is looking like a logical next test, but if it was to do this, it would give up today’s low without much question. Bulls need to be careful not to buy the dip too early. At least the index didn’t register a distribution day.

Helping the Nasdaq is the bullish hammer in the Semiconductor Index. This was good to see after yesterday’s reversal of the strong gain. Bulls may enjoy a bullish day trade as traders anticipate a recovery.

The Russell 2000 also closed with doji, just above its 20-day MA. Bulls are nicely set in this index too.

For tomorrow, look for a recovery in the key indices: Semiconductor Index and Russell 2000 potentially offering the best upside.

You’ve now read my opinion, next read Douglas’ and Jani’s.





Light Vehicle Sales Per Capita: A Better Look at the Long-Term Trend

Courtesy of Doug Short.

Note from dshort: Following up on yesterday’s preliminary report on U.S. Light Vehicle sales, I’ve update the charts below.


For the past few years I’ve been following a couple of transportation metrics: Vehicle Miles Traveled and Gasoline Volume Sales. For both series I focus on the population adjusted data. Let’s now do something similar with the Light Vehicle Sales report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. This data series stretches back to January 1976. Since that first data point, the Civilian Noninstitutional Population Age 16 and Over (i.e., driving age not in the military or an inmate) has risen 61.7%.

Here is a chart, courtesy of the FRED repository, of the raw data. This is a quite noisy series, to be sure. The latest data point is the preliminary February count published by WardsAuto.

Here is my version on the FRED chart with a couple of additions.

  • I’ve added a 12-month moving average to smooth the noise and help visualize the trend.
  • I’ve overlaid a linear regression (the red line) to further illustrate the long-term trend.

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In the chart above, the latest moving average value is 5.7% below is record high in September 2000.

Here is the same chart with two additional modifications.

  • I’ve created a per-capita version using the FRED’s CNP16OV series for the adjustment.
  • I’ve indexed the numbers so that the first data point, January 1976, equals 100.

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The moving-average for the per-capita series peaked in February 1979. Thirty-five-plus years later, it is now down 28.5% from that February 1979 peak month.

The good news is that this adjusted metric has continued to rise from its Great Recession historic low, and it is comfortably above the linear regression. It will be interesting to see if the post-recession growth continues in the years ahead.





Anticipating the Employment Report for February

Courtesy of Doug Short.

The economic mover and shaker this week is the Friday employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This monthly report contains a wealth of data for economists, probably the most publicized in the near term being the month-over-month change in Total Nonfarm Employment (the PAYEMS series in the FRED repository).

Today we have a February estimate of 212K new nonfarm private employment jobs from ADP.

The 212K estimate came in below the Investing.com forecast of 220K for the ADP number. ADP also made a substantial upward revision to its January estimate, from 213K to 250K.

The Investing.com forecast for the forthcoming BLS report is 234K nonfarm new jobs (the actual PAYEMS number).

Here is an excerpt from today’s ADP report:

Goods-producing employment rose by 31,000 jobs in February, down from 45,000 jobs gained in January. The construction industry added 31,000 jobs, the same number as last month. Meanwhile, manufacturing added 3,000 jobs in February, well below January’s 15,000.

Service-providing employment rose by 181,000 jobs in February, down from 20 6,000 in January. The ADP National Employment Report indicate s that professional/business services contributed 34,00 0 jobs in February, a drop-off from January’s 49,000. Expansion in trade/transportation/utilities grew by 3 1,0 00, a sharp decline from January’s 50,000. The 20,000 new jobs added in financial activities is an increase from last month’s 15,000 and marks the largest gain in that sector since March 2006.

“While February’s job gains came in slightly lower than recent months, the trend of solid growth above 200,000 jobs per month continued,” said Carlos Rodriguez, president and chief executive officer of ADP. “What is also encouraging is that job gains are broad-based across all key industries.”

Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, said, “Job growth is strong, but slowing from the torrid pace of recent months. Job gains remain broad-based, although the collapse in oil prices has begun to weigh on energy-related employment. At the current pace of growth, the economy will return to full employment by mid-2016.”

Here is a visualization of the two series over the previous twelve months.

The key difference between the two series is that the BLS series is for Nonfarm Payrolls while ADP tracks private employment.

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ISM Non-Manufacturing: Continued Growth in February

Courtesy of Doug Short.

Today the Institute for Supply Management published its latest Non-Manufacturing Report. The headline NMI Composite Index is at 56.9 percent, up fractionally from last month’s 56.7 percent. Today’s number came in above the Investing.com forecast of 56.5.

Here is the report summary:

“The NMI® registered 56.9 percent in February, 0.2 percentage point higher than the January reading of 56.7 percent. This represents continued growth in the non-manufacturing sector. The Non-Manufacturing Business Activity Index decreased to 59.4 percent, which is 2.1 percentage points lower than the January reading of 61.5 percent, reflecting growth for the 67th consecutive month at a slower rate. The New Orders Index registered 56.7 percent, 2.8 percentage points lower than the reading of 59.5 percent registered in January. The Employment Index increased 4.8 percentage points to 56.4 percent from the January reading of 51.6 percent and indicates growth for the 12th consecutive month. The Prices Index increased 4.2 percentage points from the January reading of 45.5 percent to 49.7 percent, indicating prices contracted in February for the third consecutive month. According to the NMI®, 14 non-manufacturing industries reported growth in February. Comments from respondents have increased in regards to the affects of the reduction in fuel costs and the impact of the West Coast port labor issues on the continuity of supply. Overall, supply managers feel mostly positive about the direction of the economy.”

Like its much older kin, the ISM Manufacturing Series, I have been reluctant to focus on this collection of diffusion indexes. For one thing, there is relatively little history for ISM’s Non-Manufacturing data, especially for the headline Composite Index, which dates from 2008. The chart below shows Non-Manufacturing Composite. We have only a single recession to gauge is behavior as a business cycle indicator.

In my view, the more interesting and useful subcomponent is the Non-Manufacturing Business Activity Index. The latest data point at 59.4 percent is down from 61.5 the previous month.

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For a diffusion index, this can be an extremely volatile indicator. Thus I’ve added a three-month moving average to assist us in visualizing the short-term trends.

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Median Household Income Was Little Changed in January

Courtesy of Doug Short.

Summary: The Sentier Research monthly median household income data series is now available for January. The nominal median household income was down $49 month-over-month but up $1,672 year-over-year. That’s a -0.1% MoM loss but a 3.2% YoY gain. Adjusted for inflation, the numbers were up $321 MoM and $1773 YoY. The real numbers equate to a 0.6% monthly increase and a 3.4% yearly increase, thanks to -0.68% MoM drop in the Consumer Price Index.

In real dollar terms, the median annual income is 4.6% lower ($2,600) than its interim high in January 2008 but well off its low in August 2011.

Background on Sentier Research

The traditional source of household income data is the Census Bureau, which publishes annual household income data in mid-September for the previous year.

Sentier Research, an organization that focuses on income and demographics, offers a more up-to-date glimpse of household incomes by accessing the Census Bureau data and publishing monthly updates. Sentier Research has now released its most recent update, data through November (available here). The numbers in their report differ from the Census Bureau’s in three key respects:

  1. It is a monthly rather than annual series, which gives a more granular view of trends.
  2. Their numbers are more current. The Census Bureau’s 2012 data will remain its latest until September 18, 2014.
  3. Sentier Research uses the more familiar Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the inflation adjustment. The Census Bureau uses the little-known CPI-U-RS (RS stands for “research series”) as the deflator for their annual data. For more on that topic, see this commentary.

Monthly Median Household Income Since 2000

The first chart below is an overlay of the nominal values and real monthly values chained in November 2014 dollars. The red line illustrates the history of nominal median household, and the blue line shows the real (inflation-adjusted value). I’ve added callouts to show specific nominal and real monthly values for January 2000 start date and the peak and post-peak troughs.


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In the latest press release, Sentier Research spokesman Gordon Green summarizes the recent data:

“Even though there was not a statistically significant increase in median income between December and January, there


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Bears Scratch The Market

Courtesy of Declan.

It was looking good for bears, until the late recovery put a bit of a gloss on proceedings. The first half hour of trading (and premarket) will be important tomorrow.

The S&P is trading close to breakout support, and the 20-day MA is fast approaching to lend a hand. If bears were able to break both these levels it would open up for some downside. Although, fresh support would quickly emerge at converged 2064 support and the 50-day MA, but beyond that there is room down to 2000/1990.


Perhaps more disappointing was the loss in the Semiconductor Index. It effectively gave back nearly all of yesterday’s gains, bar the gap.  There is room down to 702 support. A spike low would be the ideal bullish riposte; a strong end-of-day finish Wednesday would help shore up confidence after today.

The Nasdaq experienced selling distribution, but did enough by the close to give bulls something to work with tomorrow.

The Russell 2000 also clawed back its loses and is well protected against weakness, with the 20-day MA creeping above 1220 support.

The big picture hasn’t changed much. Rallies are still in play and indices close to support, like the S&P, successfully defended such support.

You’ve now read my opinion, next read Douglas’ and Jani’s.





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The Market Moves Higher into Overvaluation Territory

Courtesy of Doug Short.

Here is a summary of the four market valuation indicators I updated at the beginning of the month.

  • The Crestmont Research P/E Ratio (more)
  • The cyclical P/E ratio using the trailing 10-year earnings as the divisor (more)
  • The Q Ratio, which is the total price of the market divided by its replacement cost (more)
  • The relationship of the S&P Composite price to a regression trendline (more)

To facilitate comparisons, I’ve adjusted the two P/E ratios and Q Ratio to their arithmetic means and the inflation-adjusted S&P Composite to its exponential regression. Thus the percentages on the vertical axis show the over/undervaluation as a percent above mean value, which I’m using as a surrogate for fair value. Based on the latest S&P 500 monthly data, the market is overvalued somewhere in the range of 64% to 98%, depending on the indicator, up from the previous month’s 60% to 94%.

I’ve plotted the S&P regression data as an area chart type rather than a line to make the comparisons a bit easier to read. It also reinforces the difference between the line charts — which are simple ratios — and the regression series, which measures the distance from an exponential regression on a log chart.

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The chart below differs from the one above in that the two valuation ratios (P/E and Q) are adjusted to their geometric mean rather than their arithmetic mean (which is what most people think of as the “average”). The geometric mean increases our attention to outliers. In my view, the first chart does a satisfactory job of illustrating these four approaches to market valuation, but I’ve…
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Kimble Charts: Utilities

Kimble Charts: Utilities

By Ilene

Chris Kimble shared his chart of the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF, XLU, with us.

The one month performance inset shows XLU’s uninspiring performance compared to every other ETF on the list. However, the rather steep bullish falling wedge pattern says that it may be time for a bounce.

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Chris likes XLU for a short-term bounce off the 200 day moving average at $44. One way to play this setup is to buy the XLU outright. Chris suggests a 3% stop loss on the shares.

Another bullish play is to use options in a strategy designed by Phil:

1. Buy the XL...



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One Last Look At The Real Economy Before It Implodes - Part 1

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Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Submitted by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com,

We are only two months into 2015, and it has already proven to be the most volatile year for the economic environment since 2008-2009. We have seen oil markets collapsing by about 50 percent in the span of a few months (just as the Federal Reserve announced the end of QE3, indicating fiat money was used to hide falling demand), the Baltic Dry Index losing 30 percent since the beginning of the year, the Swiss currency surprise, the Greeks threatening EU exit (and now Greek citizens threatening violent protests with the new four-mo...



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Analysts On Dicks Sporting Goods: 'Pain Mostly Behind Us'

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Ukraine Bans Gold Transactions Over $125, Currency Derivatives and Interbank Purchases Exceeding $10,000; Update on Black Market Rates in Ukraine

Courtesy of Mish.

Today the National Bank of Ukraine announced new capital controls on currency transactions. All Interbank Transactions Over $10,000 are Banned.
The national Bank of Ukraine has expanded the list of administrative restrictions for stabilization of the hryvnia, in particular, completely prohibiting the withdrawal of foreign dividends and limiting the purchase of foreign currency on the domestic markets.

Resolution No. 160 is effective from March 4, 2015 and is valid until June 3, 2015.

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Close to an Inflection point for S&P

Courtesy of Declan.

A second day of losses brought markets closer to support, and a potential decision point.

The S&P tagged support at 2094 and the 20-day MA at 2090. Bulls will need to step up to the plate tomorrow if such key support is to hold. Lose 2093 and 2064 comes into play. Volume climbed today to register as distribution.


The Nasdaq was little changed. It was able to rally in late afternoon trading as it hugged the 10% envelope (relative to the 200-day MA.   The 20-day MA is looking like a logical next test, but if it was to do this, it would give up today's low without much question. Bulls need to be careful not to buy the dip too early. At least the inde...

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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

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Sector Detector: Stocks break out again but may be running on fumes

Courtesy of Sabrient Systems and Gradient Analytics

Despite low trading volume, a strong dollar, mixed economic and earnings reports, paralyzing weather conditions throughout much of the U.S., and ominous global news events, stocks continue to march ever higher. The world remains on edge about potential Black Swan events from the likes of Russia, Greece, or ISIS (or lone wolf extremists). Moreover, the economic recovery of the U.S. may be feeling the pull of the proverbial ball-and-chain from the rest of the world’s economies. Nevertheless, awash in investable cash, global investors see few choices better than U.S. equities.

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Swing trading portfolio - week of March 2nd, 2015

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

 

This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

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MyCoin Exchange Disappears with Up To $387 Million, Reports Claim

Follow up from yesterday's Just the latest Bitcoin scam.

Hong Kong's MyCoin Disappears With Up To $387 Million, Reports Claim By  

Reports are emerging from Hong Kong that local bitcoin exchange MyCoin has shut its doors, taking with it possibly as much as HK$3bn ($386.9m) in investor funds.

If true, the supposed losses are a staggering amount, although this estimate is based on the company's own earlier claims that it served 3,000 clients who had invested HK$1m ($129,000) each.

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2015 - Biotech Fever

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PSW Members - well, what a year for biotechs!   The Biotech Index (IBB) is up a whopping 40%, beating the S&P hands down!  The healthcare sector has had a number of high flying IPOs, and beat the Tech Sector in total nubmer of IPOs in the past 12 months.  What could go wrong?

Phil has given his Secret Santa Inflation Hedges for 2015, and since I have been trying to keep my head above water between work, PSW, and baseball with my boys...it is time that something is put together for PSW on biotechs in 2015.

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SPX Call Spread Eyes Fresh Record Highs By Year End

Stocks got off to a rocky start on the first trading day in December, with the S&P 500 Index slipping just below 2050 on Monday. Based on one large bullish SPX options trade executed on Wednesday, however, such price action is not likely to break the trend of strong gains observed in the benchmark index since mid-October. It looks like one options market participant purchased 25,000 of the 31Dec’14 2105/2115 call spreads at a net premium of $2.70 each. The trade cost $6.75mm to put on, and represents the maximum potential loss on the position should the 2105 calls expire worthless at the end of December. The call spread could reap profits of as much as $7.30 per spread, or $18.25mm, in the event that the SPX ends the year above 2115. The index would need to rally 2.0% over the current level...



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Help One Of Our Own PSW Members

"Hello PSW Members –

This is a non-trading topic, but I wanted to post it during trading hours so as many eyes can see it as possible.  Feel free to contact me directly at jennifersurovy@yahoo.com with any questions.

Last fall there was some discussion on the PSW board regarding setting up a YouCaring donation page for a PSW member, Shadowfax. Since then, we have been looking into ways to help get him additional medical services and to pay down his medical debts.  After following those leads, we are ready to move ahead with the YouCaring site. (Link is posted below.)  Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated; not only to help aid in his medical bill debt, but to also show what a great community this group is.

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