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Jean-Pierre Desloges CFA  is a professional  investment consultant/ blogger/ trader with over 25 years of experience working on the buy and sell-side.

​​I have researched and invested in traditional and alternative asset classes and worked at Pensions Funds, International Banks and Dealers.   
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Apple: Sep 19 Trading Daily Profit $1.03/sh, Weekly Profits of $6.00/s

September 19

Volume Advance-Decline of Financials: Near Overbought Zone ?
Financials reached the overbought zone above the 40 mark on September 18.

​​The Healthcare Sector : New High Ever ?
We did reach on September 18 with a new high ever at 65.07. ​

Technical Observation of the Day: Broken Double Top on Bank of America ($BAC)  On September 18, we tested the previous high made on Sep 15 on BAC at $16.93 and broke it.

​Technical Observation of the Day: Broke the 200 DMA on Plug Power ($PLUG) On September 18, we broke the 200 DMA on PLUG at $4.64.

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​​​​September 18

SP600 : Volume A/D: Far from Overbought Zone ?
This ratio is now far from an overbought zone.

Technical Observation of the Day: Long-Legged Doji on SPDR SP500 ETF ($SPY ) This doji reflects a great amount of indecision about the future direction of the underlying asset.

Technical Observation of the Day: Tested the 20 DMA on Apple ($AAPL)
Apple Shares tested again on September 17 the 20 DMA then at $100.72


​​​​​​September 17

​VIX and SP500: Fear not Priced in Yet ​?
The VIX is not pricing any fear at those levels. Usually it tend to rise til the first week of October.

​​The Energy Sector : Dead Cat Bounce ?
The Energy Sector ETF ( XLE ) is in a dead cat bounce phase and only breaking the 20 DMA will confirm a technical reversal to bullish.

Technical Observation of the Day: Back Above the 20 DMA on SPDR SP500 ETF ($SPY ) On Sep 16, we are back above the 20 DMA on SPY at ​$199.95.

Technical Observation of the Day: Closed Above the DMA s on Google ($GOOG) On Sep 16, Google closed above the 20 DMA at 579.71  ​and over the 50 DMA at 578.98


​​​​September 16

SP500 and the Yen: Follow the Yen My Dear ?
But Since September 12, the Yen started to turn stronger. ​The Mighty SP500 will follow this trend also ( weaker )...​​

SP500: Ratio % Stocks Above50/200 DMA: Divergence ?
A new high on SP500 on September 3rd compare to the previous high on July 3 did not bring that ratio near the previous highs of June 20, reflecting a huge divergence and weaker technical market.

Technical Observation of the Day: Broke the 20 DMA on Facebook - $FB
Facebook Shares broke the 20 DMA at $75.74 on September 15.

Technical Observation of the Day: Broke the 20 DMA on Tesla Motors - $TSLA Tesla Shares broke the 20 DMA at $269.83  on September 15.


​​​​​​​​​​September 15

NYSE Summation Index: A Macro Signal : Now Into a Bearish Mode ?
And each time we had the 7 day moving average going down ​( it did on September 10 with SP500 at 1995 ), market followed.
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The VIX/ Gold Correlation US Dollar and SP500: Higher Volatility Ahead ?
VIX/GOLD correlation at -0.62 and VIX at 13.3 are pricing still ​total complacency...

Technical Observation of the Day: Broke the 20 DMA on SPDR SP500 ETF ($SPY) On Sep 12, we broke the 20 DMA on SPY at $199.63

Internet Stocks (FDN ETF): Still Into an Uptrend Channel ?

​We are still within a new uptrend channel that started on August 1.


​​​​​​September 12

SP500 Financials HVol: Low Level on Historical Volatility ?
HVOL did reached on September 8 low level of HVol last seen back ​to January and July 2014.

SP500 Technology Bull% Index: Stronger Sentiment ?
The 7 DMA turned north on August 19, indicating strenghtening sentiment for the Technology Sector.

Technical Observation of the Day: Tested the 20 DMA on SPDR SP500 ETF ($SPY ) On Sep 11, we tested the 20 DMA on SPY at $199.46.

​​Technical Observation of the Day: Tested the 20 DMA on Linkedln ($LNKD)
On Sep 11, we tested the 20 DMA on LNKD at $224.12.


​​​​​​​​September 11

SP500 CBOE SKEW Index: SKEW Spiking ?

The option market is telling us to expect the market to an atypical return profile.

SP500 Financials Bull% Index: Still Bullish ?
That % tell me that we are facing a trend lately with financials into a ​bullish mode.

​Technical Observation of the Day: Bullish golden cross on Google (GOOG)

​​Bullish golden cross for Google on September 10.

Technical Observation of the Day: Broke the 20 DMA on Apple ($AAPL)
Apple Shares broke on September 10 the 20 DMA then at $99.79.


​​​​​​​​September 10

SP1500 Volume Advance-Decline: Cumulative Turning Bearish ?
The long term Cumulative 7 DMA on that breath indicator (SP1500) turned to a bearish signal on September 9.

The Consumer Staples Sector : My Broken Uptrend Channel ?
The Consumer Staples Sector ETF ( XLP ) broke an uptrend channel ​that ​started on August 21 at 45.23 ​​

Technical Observation of the Day: Tested the 50 DMA on Apple ($AAPL)
​Apple Shares tested on September 9 the 50 DMA ( Day Moving Average ) then at $99.69.




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