Daily Note

A midday email that covers US, European, Asian indexes. Stock trade ideas. Market sentiment charts and focus stocks to watch using various technical indicators. Erlanger short interest highlights. This is a comprehensive note that covers quite a lot of territory.

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Holding a bad hand

Holding a bad hand

  • President Biden is holding a bad hand of cards and Putin knows it
  • The markets are moving past the concerns with Covid and Omicron
  • The CPI and Fed meeting will be the big test for this bounce
  • A couple changes to the Trade Ideas sheet
The Value of Virtue – Dave Newman

The Value of Virtue – Dave Newman

  • Is virtue a trait that gets too little attention and does it matter when investing or running a company?
  • Dave has some great thoughts this week including slowing liquidity, the high number of deals this past year, and public debt
Bad Santa?

Bad Santa?

  • Will Fed Chairman Powell be “Bad Santa” or “Good Santa” this December?
  • So far he’s been playing “Bad Santa”
  • Markets have been at critical levels and with today’s action my conviction of lower levels is increasing
  • Have a great weekend and thank you for all of your continued support
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Critical Levels

Critical Levels

  • The markets, sentiment, internals, and credit spreads are at critical levels
  • I’m going over a lot on today’s note and making some changes on the Trade Ideas sheet
  • Covering TGT and XLB both with gains and adding a new long and short
  • And let’s not get piggish on our HOOD short and puts, take some gains