This is the video recording of the September 2020 Conference Call.
This is the video recording of our August 4th 2020 Monthly Charts Live Strategy Session
Welcome to my new Monthly show that I’m doing with my friend Josh Brown. He is one of the most widely followed Financial Advisors in the country, and someone who I’ve been arguing with about markets for the better part of 2 decades.
Every month I’ll bring a handful of the the most important Monthly charts that stood out during my review. In our first episode, I wanted to discuss the S&P500 making new all-time highs, Transports leading the way in July, Rates hitting new all-time lows and Bitcoin starting a new breakout.
This is the chart that I think tells the July story best. The further to the left the asset is, the closer it is to a new a 52 week high. The higher up the asset, the better its performance in July. Notice Transports in the upper right: Relative weakness overall, BUT the best performer this month, followed by Emerging Markets, Gold and base metals. The lonely US Dollar down below stands out doesn’t it? [Read more…]
From the desk of Tom Bruni @BruniCharting
Cryptocurrencies are back on our radar for the first time in a while…but we’re not talking about Bitcoin, which remains stuck below a year of overhead supply.
Instead, our focus is on Ethereum, which is breaking out on an absolute and relative basis.
Let’s get into it.
This is the video recording of the June 2020 Conference Call.
The first thing we want to do when analyzing any asset, crypto or otherwise, is identify the direction of the primary trend. In the case of Bitcoin, the trend for the lifetime of this asset is clearly: Up.
Look at this pattern of Uptrend, Consolidation, Breakout, Uptrend, Consolidation, Breakout, Uptrend, Consolidation, Breakout, Uptrend, Consolidation…..
The next step in this pattern is Breakout right? [Read more…]
In this special episode of The Money Game, Phil asks me about any new trends I’m seeing for 2020. I give him both the sexy answer, that everyone seems to want to hear, and the real answer. I think this was a quick but valuable conversation about US and foreign markets, US Sectors like Technology and Financials and even what we see coming for Bitcoin. We had good timing on this conversation as we’re just getting starting the new year.
This is the video recording of the January 2020 Conference Call.