August 5, 2019 by Dan • Trade Updates

Since early Spring it has been my view that U.S. Treasuries would remain the beneficiary from the ongoing trade war with China: This from March 6th (Bonds Shaken, Not Yet Stirred): Its been my view …

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July 31, 2019 by Dan • Trade Updates

On Friday I previewed Apple’s (AAPL) fiscal Q2 earnings that were out last night and suggested: Despite the stocks bounce from its June lows and its 32% YTD gains, it’s my sense that expectations are …

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July 30, 2019 by Dan • Trade Updates

Back on July 19th I previewed Tesla’s (TSLA) Q2 results and suggested the stock might be about to hit a speed bump after a blistering 40% rally in the prior six weeks: And discussed on …

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May 28, 2019 by Dan • Trade Updates

Back in early March, (Bonds Shaken, Not Yet Stirred) I made the case that U.S. Treasury Yields were about to take another leg lower: Its been my view for years as the Fed ended quantitative easing …

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May 15, 2019 by Dan • Trade Updates

Back on March 29th I laid out (again) my bearish case for U.S. Retailers (Consumer Doomer) highlight the underperformance of the retail sector (measured by the XRT etf), but also considering recent data and the …

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May 13, 2019 by Dan • Trade Updates

On April 25th prior to Intel’s (INTC) Q1 earnings, I laid out a bearish case for semiconductor stocks:   And here was the trade idea: To quote the dude, this aggression will not stand man! …

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