A review of the weekly watchlist performance confirms that technology stocks are being marked up as Phase II continues. S&P futures point to a bullish open, with overhead resistance at Monday Tuesday highs (3225-3230.)
The technology sector continues to new highs, while the Nasdaq trades at fresh all-time highs. And, CNBC said investors should expect a retest of the March lows precisely at the same time we were telling you to watch that VBP support/resistance band between 70 and 80.
Eleven weekly videos later, we continue to say the same thing. Watch technology stocks as Nasdaq trades at all-time highs. Had you listened to CNBC you’d have been wrong for 11 weeks straight!
Top 10 – Watchlist Stocks
Here are the Top 10 stocks from the watchlist ranked by Tuesday performance gains. We’ve traded all of these this week with the exception of BMY. This morning, AAPL is up (+4.50) while AMD is higher (+1.00) in early trading.
Going into the opening bell, all of them are higher, with NFLX (+3.15), DXCM (+7.75), FB (+2.30), NVDA (+4.42), MSFT (+1.75), NOW (+3.94), while PYPL (+1.84) is trading at 52-week highs.
Take some profits off at the open, while letting some profits run.
Apple is trending. We’ll move stops higher and take some profits off the table as the stock is set to open (+4.50) this morning.
To quote the watchlist, “we’re looking for semiconductor strength.” We see strength in AMD and NVDA for starters.
We’ll take some profits off the table as AMD is set to open higher.
Futures are still moving higher (+11.25) with 30 minutes to go.
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