Monthly Archives: January 2019
January 14, 2019
By Vlad Karpel

Markets opened lower today and continued to lower in the afternoon amid growing global concerns, lack of progress regarding the U.S. government shutdown, and tepid anticipation of earnings and data reports. Fourth quarter reporting usually supports the market this time of year but having a turbulent end to 2018 corporate America looks to be prepping […]




January 10, 2019
By Vlad Karpel

RoboStreet – January 10, 2019 A Better Market Tone All Around Since the stock market bottomed out on Christmas Eve, the S&P has rebounded about 10% in an impressive snap back rally. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) broke above its first level of technical resistance at $254 and has followed through to the upside […]




By Vlad Karpel

Major U.S. indices rose in early-morning trading before lowering in the afternoon, erasing gains as signs of a turbulent Chinese economy and continued partial U.S. government shutdown continues to weigh down investor sentiment. At its current state, the market broke out of $254 resistance level which is now a support for SPY. Earnings season is […]




January 9, 2019
By Vlad Karpel

All three major U.S. indices are on the move up today and are looking to record their fourth straight day of gains. The market has broken out of $254 resistance level which is now support for the SPY. With earnings season approaching, the market is expected to break out of the oversold conditions it faced […]




January 7, 2019
By Vlad Karpel

Today, markets are on the move up with all three major U.S. indices on track for their second straight day of gains. After a turbulent start to 2019, markets found their footing on Friday behind optimism in the upcoming China-U.S. trade talks. Major news to keep an eye on this week includes the first meeting […]




January 3, 2019
By Vlad Karpel

RoboStreet – January 3, 2019 Double Dose of Bearish News Keeps Sellers in Control So much for the Santa Claus rally carrying over after New Year’s Day. As much as the market wanted to embrace a good start for 2019 the market got stung by a major index component issuing a profit warning. Shortly after […]




By Vlad Karpel

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted nearly 600 points in early Thursday trading, following a slashed revenue forecast from Apple and continued weak outlooks on Chinese economic vitality. Apple shares dropped more than 9% in morning trading hours. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite also dropped more than 2% as investors hesitate on committing to […]




January 2, 2019
By Vlad Karpel

All three major U.S. indices saw early dips at the open today, with the Dow dropping more than 350 points and then began rebounding late morning and early afternoon. Top of mind for investors today is a December manufacturing reading from China, showing a continued drop to the lowest point since February 2016. Fears of […]