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Stock-Markets / Stock Markets 2010 Apr 28, 2010 - 02:28 AM GMT

By: Anthony_Cherniawski

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Diamond Rated - Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAgain Today on Financial Overhaul Bill - The U.S. Senate will take a second vote today on Democrats’ effort to overcome Republican objections and begin debate on financial-overhaul legislation.

“What are you afraid of?” Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada said to Republicans on the Senate floor today, arguing that the proposal can be amended during debate. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, responded by saying, “This bill isn’t ready” and that more negotiations are needed.


Earnings Update: Ex-Financials There Are No Upside Revenue Surprises

Much has been said on TV about the "great" earnings season so far. The truth is that exfinancials the upside EPS factor is just 10%. This is driven purely by ongoing cost-cutting and layoffs. What is much more relevant is the top-line. And there again, ex-financials, the upside surprise, is... zero. As David Rosenberg puts it, "In other words, outside of financials, revenues are just meeting analyst expectations. In a nutshell, the impressive earnings surprises, thus far, is being driven by Financials cost surprises (including write offs)." And why are financials beating so heartily? Because they are all reducing loss allowances on their books, when their whole books are based on mark to myth.

VIX broke above its prior high.

-- The VIX broke above its prior high and stayed above short-term Trend Support at 17.59. The new uptrend in VIX is now confirmed. The CBOE Put-Call Ratio for equities ($CPCE) rose to .79 today. Retail investors are facing today’s stock decline like deer in the headlights. Strangely enough, the pros have cut back on the $CPCI to 1.36 (less bearish) at the end of the day. The 10-day average is still high at 1.49. The NYSE Hi-Lo index close down 476 today to 167, putting it on a sell signal.

SPY now rests at intermediate-term Trend Support.

Action: Sell/Short/Inverse -- SPY broke through short-term Trend Support/Resistance at 120.04 and closed just above intermediateterm Trend Support at 118.18. The pivot has turned into a full-fledged reversal. The selling continues in the afterhours.

Normally we would see a bounce here at intermediate-term Trend Support. However, I would not rely on “normal” expectations to guide us here. I cannot predict what will happen overnight, so we must stay the course. What may surprise you is that the next cycle low is due by this coming Monday, so there is not a lot of time for this decline.

The QQQQ breaks short-term Trend Support/Resistance.

Action: Sell/Short/Inverse -- This time it should stick. QQQQ did not make it to intermediate-term Trend Support at 48.65, but it is a lot closer. Volume came back as selling kicked in. What I would be looking for is an increase in volume in the coming days, much like we saw in late January. This time QQQQ must take out the February low…and quickly.

XLF says good-bye to all supports.

Action: Sell/Short/Inverse -- XLF took out the intermediateterm Trend Support/Resistance at 16.18. The guidelines for the Broadening Formation suggest that the lower trendline is where we may expect the next significant bounce. We may see a swift decline to Model Support (which agrees with the Broadening Formation) at 13.24 or even lower. We may also see selling volume spike significantly higher.

FXI falls clear of supports.

Action: Neutral -- FXI declined below intermediateterm Trend Resistance at 42.18. Since February 5th, I had assumed that FXI would track U.S. equities. However, there are five distinct waves up and FXI has only retraced 50% of its rally. FXI does not have a triangle formation as does $SSEC, but an impulse does not stand alone. It may be nullified by a decline below 36.65, but if the decline stops higher, then FXI may also make new highs. We may see the turn at the same time that the domestic equities make a bottom, so a low in FXI that does not take out the previous low suggests we go long FXI at the turn.

GLD breaks above all but the December high.

Action: Neutral -- GLD rallied to a new high above its short-term Trend Support at 112.58. The triangle formation has been invalidated and replaced by a simple zig-zag. The rally may be over, but there is no clear evidence of that yet. The dollar and bonds also rallied today. What strange bedfellows!

USO breaks through all support.

Action: Sell/Short/Inverse -- USO declined below its intermediate-term Trend Support/Resistance at 40.31. USO has a line of support at 38.90 which may induce a bounce, but is still due for a decline back down to the Cycle Support area at 34-35.00. The top view is that it is probable that USO may continue its decline through any near supports to its next cycle low due in early May.

TLT may have completed its correction.

Action: Neutral, possibly a Short --TLT negated its reversal pattern today, and closed at a new high. It remained above short- term Trend Support/Resistance at 89.99. If TLT does not rally beyond 92.25, it remains a good short candidate. There is a distinct impulse from the lows, after a corrective decline. The Elliott labels and cycles suggest a tradable decline may follow a reversal here.

UUP goes back to the old wave count.

Action: Buy/Long -- Just as I was giving up on a breakout in UUP it rallies to the breakout point. It is still above shortand intermediate-term Trend Support at 23.73.

The cycles call for a potential low by mid-May but a quick breakout in UUP may match the breakdown looming in equities. What a change one day makes!

Have a great evening!

Tony

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