Tim Knight

Shake It Up

FEEDWednesday was supposed to be a rock ’em, sock ’em big day on the markets, but once all the dust settled, the Dow Industrials closed up six – – count ’em – – six points. That’s only six points larger t…

Honeywell Megaphone

FEEDI’ll level with ya; this is one of those days when I’m absolutely struggling to come up with anything to write about. So I’ll just throw out there a chart I find mildly interesting, which is Honeywell. Looking closer, you can see …

Killer Longs

FEEDOK, it’s a pretty dull day (the S&P is up one-fifth of a single percentage point), so while we await the Fed minutes, here are a few dazzling long patterns.
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Synk

FEEDI don’t make a habit of watching Cramer (by which I mean, over the course of my entire life, I’ve probably watched fewer than 5 minutes of the clown). But here’s this gem from a week ago: The public considers this guy some kind of…

Tomato Catch Up

FEEDIt seems hard to believe that the corrupt, will-do-anything-to-prop-equities-up administration would allow even a single down day to happen, but it did. I mean, with stocks like Apple up nearly 50% in just three months, I hope the bulls can stand u…

Mouse Breakout

FEEDDisney (symbol DIS) looks ready to break out of a quite well-formed triangle pattern. As spectacular as this stock has been, its P/E is incredibly low for this insane market (only 15). Of course, it wouldn’t be Slope if I didn’t desecra…

Heavy Metal

FEEDI mentioned in the prior post having 50 short positions, all of them individual stocks. I have increased that to 62 short positions, one of which is my only ETF short: XME, the metals and mining ETF. Stripped of both drawn objects and even the pric…

Famine to Feast

FEEDI’ve got to say, I’m getting awfully tired of this crap. Anyway, since the market is getting boosted on a daily basis by the goddamned Trade Talk Optimism, the only chance for a two-way market and a little volatility is the earnings sea…

Pendulum

Allow me to start off what is intended as an economic musing by referring to a favorite comic of mine, Patton Oswalt. He has a fairly new bit in which he explains the Trump phenomenon as a totally understandable response to the Obama presidency. Th…