We cannot begin the Daily without a mention of the glitch in the NYSE right out of the gate Tuesday morning. A wild stock-price swing occurred at the open and 84 stocks suddenly plunged or spiked, causing volatility triggers and trading halts. The event is now under investigation.
The chart of Wells Fargo (WFC) is a prime example of how this glitch wreaked havoc, with a low price of $38.10 before rallying back up to $45.00. Perhaps we can notch this up to "Another Brick in the Wall" of chaos leading to inflation.
Regardless, with earnings season in gear, the market will focus on the guidance and future outlook of many of the large corporations, so today's glitch could be an aberration -- or the universe's harbinger of things to come.
On Monday, we focused on the trading range, calendar ranges, momentum, junk bonds' performance, and the very high probability of a rally into resistance. Today, let's narrow it down to another of our key indicators in our Big View market timing service, Long Bonds versus High Yield Bonds.
Tuesday's action settled into more of a digestion day in the 4 indices.
The small caps, or Russell 2000 (IWM), had an inside day, meaning it traded within the trading range of Monday. The 6-month calendar range high sits just above current levels in the small caps. Hence, we need clues from the internals on next big move up or down.
The iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond ETF HYG looks okay as far as price. Our Big View defines the relationship or ratio between HYG and TLT as a measure of the relationship between risky high yield corporate debt (HYG) versus the safety of U.S. Bonds (TLT).
"When the ratio is trending up and the distance between the ratio and the moving average widens, it identifies an increased appetite for risk in fixed income markets."
However, as shown by our Triple Play Market Indicator, high yield continues to underperform the long bonds or TLTs. Although the price is trending up on junk bonds, this underperformance versus the long bonds may be a warning sign of possible failing breakouts.
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