Web Statistics next stock market crash 2016 - next stock market crash 2016

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

next stock market crash 2016 - next stock market crash 2016

next stock market crash 2016


See What The Fuss Is About - Try Us Free For 14 Days! - Limited Time Offer - Hurry!
Get access to our Daily analysis, videos, coaching, audio, charts and indicators AND MORE....


next stock market crash 2016

next stock market crash 2016
next stock market crash 2016

next stock market crash 2016

next stock market crash 2016.. Is it here???

U.S. stocks closed mostly lower on Wednesday, with energy weighing, as oil prices fell sharply despite bullish inventories data.

"I think the market is trying to process the big question that we all have, and no, it's not the Fed," said Kim Forrest, senior equity analyst at Fort Pitt Capital. "The big question is: Is the economy getting better? We don't know."

The Dow Jones industrial average closed about 30 points lower, erasing earlier gains, with IBM contributing the most losses. At session highs, the Dow had risen 96.73 points. The S&P 500 fell less than 0.1 percent, as energy dropped more than 1 percent.

"Obviously, the market doesn't like uncertainty on any level," said Leslie Thompson, managing principal at Spectrum Management Group. "I think it's going to be hard for the market to move higher in the near term against this backdrop."

Stocks hit session highs after the Energy Information Administration said U.S. oil inventories fell by about 600,000 barrels last week, also sending oil into positive territory for a moment. Oil failed to hold those gains, as WTI settled 2.94 percent lower, at $43.58 per barrel.

Wednesday gains in stocks came a day after a broad-based sell-off in which equities, bonds, oil and gold all fell. "That's very typical of the beginning of a correction. As investors start realizing this is the real thing, you'll see more money flowing into traditional safe havens," said Chuck Self, CIO at iSectors. "Today could be a pause."

"Today's quiet economic calendar should help alleviate some of this latest bout of skittishness," said Jeremy Klein, chief market strategist at FBN Securities. "Portfolio managers will largely wait until the Fed announces its next rate decision before adjusting their exposure thereby giving short term market participants a clear playing field to operate in the interim. Prior to Janet Yellen's decision, I do not expect that the current pullback will spin out of control and transform itself into an official correction."

The Federal Reserve entered a quiet period on Tuesday, a day after several of the central bank's officials delivered dovish remarks. The three major indexes fell sharply Tuesday, as concerns over the Fed's monetary policy meeting and a 3 percent drop in oil prices weighed.

The U.S. central bank is scheduled to meet next week and deliver its latest decision on monetary policy. Market expectations for a September rate hike were 15 percent on Wednesday, according to the CME Group's FedWatch tool.

Looking at the TOF chart below , smart money is not buying here, and infact getting rid of dead weight stock. The last few days to us, look a bit worrying, but we will alert our premium members later tonight. CLICK the VIP members tab for more. 

Another element concerning investors is the U.S. presidential election. "The election is finally close enough to be a worry," said Randy Warren, CIO at Warren Financial. "[Donald] Trump is making things close and that's threatening the assumption within the market that Hillary [Clinton] will win."

According to data from RealClearPolitics, Clinton's lead over Trump has narrowed considerably since August. "Investors are very unconvinced about the direction of the market and are hesitating in placing their bets. This is reflected in the market today while there is also anxiety about Trump leading in the poll," said Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at Think Markets.

In corporate news, German drug and crops chemicals firm Bayer agreed to buy Monsanto for $66 billion, or $128 per share. Monsanto's stock was up about 0.62 percent. "Some of these larger mergers are under a lot of scrutinee as to whether they go through," Spectrum's Thompson said.

Meanwhile, U.S. Treasurys rose after a large sell-off on Tuesday, with the two-year note yield near 0.75 percent and the 10-year note yield around 1.69 percent.

"If long rates have reached a major inflection point over the past month as I think they have, buying on any stock market dip becomes more fraught with risk I believe," said Peter Boockvar, chief market analyst at The Lindsey Group.

The U.S. dollar fell against a basket of currencies, with the euro near $1.125 and the yen around 102.3.  -    Source : Cnbc.

 I cover more and more technical analysis ==> HERE in our VIP members section.


Powered by 123ContactForm | Report abuse

No comments:

Post a Comment