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We trade the market that is given to us, not the one that we want. Once a week you will receive a detailed overview of the market conditions.

Bullish: Regaining Momentum

Bullish: Regaining Momentum
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A number of concerns around the broader economy and the market in particular remain, but market participants are becoming more bullish as economic data is improving. Therefore, we upgrade our outlook from Neutral to Bullish.

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Neutral: Low Float Penny Stock

Neutral: Low Float Penny Stock
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During this months FOMC the Fed stated that it sees stronger economy & higher inflation, but no rate hikes. There are signs the market is more comfortable with the 10-year yield, howwever, we are not out of the woods yet.

Nirnaeth
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Neutral: Bottoms Up?

Neutral: Bottoms Up?
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After the correction in some of the indices over the last two weeks, we saw more strength return to the market this week. Weakness, however, remains in Tech and $QQQ has broken its downward trend line but not yet confirmed an uptrend.

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Neutral: Correction or Collapse?

Neutral: Correction or Collapse?
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Some are concerned that the market is in the first stage of a crash. While further downside is not off the table, we feel that it's more likely the result of profit-taking combined uncertain retail traders adding to volatility.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
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Neutral: Chop Fest

Neutral: Chop Fest
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The pull-back of last week worsened and the S&P narrowly avoided a fifth consecutive loss in a row - which would have been the longest losing streak since February 2020. Although there was some panic selling, we believe the fundamentals underpinning the market remain sound.

Nirnaeth
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Bullish: Rising Inflation

Bullish: Rising Inflation
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This week we saw a pull-back, as the market got jittery on rising yield rates, and as profit-taking set in when the market was not able to make a new high. We see a bounce on the cards for next week and retain a bullish outlook beyond that.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
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Bullish: Rate of Change

Bullish: Rate of Change
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This week brought us some chop, but nothing compared to the panic selling of last week. After we had a major rally post the $GME saga, the market needed a breather and we go that. The outlook remains bullish as Rate of Change in all key metrics improves, and we recommend full allocation.

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Nirnaeth
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Bullish: All-Time-Highs

Bullish: All-Time-Highs
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Last week saw a significant spike in volatility, but we saw institutions starting to gross up again late last week. This bullishness continued into this week, which saw the major indices set new all-time-highs.

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