Market Pulse – Primarily Bearish = 11.11.2021 $AAPL $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $QCOM $FB $BRKb $TSLA

The majority of big names formed bearish continuation candle formations. $MSFT and $QCOM tried to make bullish statements, however, their attempts are yet to be confirmed on a better than today volume.Overall, the combined bearish odds are slightly lower than yesterday. Or, the other way to put it, the bullish odds are slightly higher thanContinue reading “Market Pulse – Primarily Bearish = 11.11.2021 $AAPL $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $QCOM $FB $BRKb $TSLA”

Market Pulse – Damn Bearish = 10.11.2021 $AAPL $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $QCOM $FB $BRKb $TSLA

The big names formed very bearish candle formations without a sign of bullishness. Even $AMZN that somehow kept its cool yesterday, engineered today one of the strongest reversal combos possible. Yesterday’s candles did not lie. Tomorrow? The bearish odds are very high.

Market Pulse – All But $AMZN = 09.11.2021 $AAPL $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $QCOM $FB $BRKb $TSLA

In this great company only $AMZN tries to maintain a bullish candle structure. Everyone else seems to be bearish. $TSLA and $FB being the worst (candles perspective).

Market Pulse – Not Bullish = 08.11.2021 $AAPL $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $QCOM $FB $BRKb $TSLA

Major market players closed today with very bearish candles/combos. The chances of a big red day tomorrow are much higher than of a green one (from candles perspective).

$AAPL = Market Pulse – Candles View = 06.10.2021 $XOM $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $FB $NVDA $GS

What candles have to say about tomorrow for the major market players? Everyone closed today with a green candle. Are they really bullish? As a standalone – perhaps, but in context – not so much. Let’s have a look. $AAPL $AMZN and $FB are like brothers: the second failed attempt to start a rally. Let’sContinue reading “$AAPL = Market Pulse – Candles View = 06.10.2021 $XOM $AMZN $MSFT $GOOGL $FB $NVDA $GS”

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