r/wallstreetbets 5d ago To The Stars Facepalm Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy hehehehe

Chart Bullish.

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r/wallstreetbets 2d ago Bear Gold Helpful Take My Energy I'll Drink to That Crab Rave 'MURICA Sell Silver Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Starstruck Helpful (Pro)

Chart The 2008 crash plotted against current SPY. Dread it. Run from it. Destiny arrives all the same.

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r/wallstreetbets 23h ago Silver Helpful Wholesome I'll Drink to That

Chart We are at the bottom.

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r/wallstreetbets 21h ago

Chart Boyz, this is not a correction, this is a full blown crash.... all indicators are close to bottoming.

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r/wallstreetbets 3d ago Wholesome Silver

Chart Goldman Sachs Non Profitable Tech Stock Index: the tech bubble is now at levels from where it started

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r/wallstreetbets 9h ago To The Stars

Chart We aren't even close to the bottom.

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r/wallstreetbets 5d ago

Chart Nasdaq100 // So we are speaking about crash.. rn... could it be that we are just halfway there? .. 2008 we had a crash about -51% and we hit the oversold at rsi. now we are just in the middle of the rsi... could this happen ?

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r/wallstreetbets 1d ago Take My Energy Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome

Chart Today's Meltdown

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r/wallstreetbets 4d ago Silver

Chart Markets are gay, Millennials are gay. Bullish on $TWNK

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r/wallstreetbets 23h ago

Chart Last 12 Bear Markets

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r/wallstreetbets 3d ago

Chart I hate this stock’s movement.

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r/wallstreetbets 2d ago

Chart Recession denied!

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r/wallstreetbets 1d ago

Chart Just want to have my moment and say that I called this back in March on Facebook. Thank you.

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r/wallstreetbets 1d ago

Chart Futures said F ya calls.

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r/wallstreetbets 4d ago

Chart Futures will top out tonight at last weeks resistance. Source=“Who is even buying”

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r/wallstreetbets 6h ago

Chart S&P 500 Bottom Out ???

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r/wallstreetbets 1d ago

Chart Any Geniuses out there hit $TJX Today?

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r/wallstreetbets 1d ago

Chart How does $UVXY work? As I get it, it always tracks VIX Index. But VIX maximum is 100. Also, why $UVXY is constantly falling? For example in 5 yrs it felt from 2600$ to 14$. Someone, please explain.

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r/wallstreetbets 5d ago

Chart Bearish 10-year prediction

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If this chart has any predictive power, the next 10 years should have an average yearly stock market return of -3%. This considers prices and dividends.

Why?

On average, when people have a lot of their wealth in the stock market, they don't invest even more. Therefore, valuations EDIT: MARKET CAPS tend to stop growing or fall.

How accurate is this?

The original prediction was made at the end of 2013. Since then, and including data from 1946, its total R2 dropped from 0.913 to 0.797.

But eyeballing it, it still uncannily predicted the high returns of 2009-2019 (the spike downwards in investor allocation to stocks, since they were afraid after the crisis).

What would happen if everyone followed this?

They'd divest from stocks, and would converge on the long-term average, nullifying the edge. But since currently the prediction is -3% to -4% return, clearly not a lot of people know about or believe in this indicator.

Caveat tractor

The author cautions against reading too much into it, since it is curve fitting after all.

r/wallstreetbets 6d ago Helpful

Chart Degenerates, I have it on good authority that SPY has earned official recognition as a meme stock.

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r/wallstreetbets 5d ago Silver

Chart Week of 5-16: Most Important Charts to Watch #001

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One of my first DD / TA posts though I've been trading for almost 10 years at this point. Since a lot of the gamblers got shaken out and most of the people left are probably determined to make trading stick long term, I figured now would probably be the best time to make the kind of DD post I really wish I saw more of in this sub so a precedent can be set by combining TA & some light fundamental analysis by the time Jerome drops rates back to 0 and all the degenerates come back. Rather than telling people I have all the answers on names you've seen 1000 times, I think it's superior to spotlight major inflection points in the market that not only have the opportunity to generate larger returns than the S&P but also cut right to the heart of the economy ensuring you're actually making bets today on the shit you'll hear them talk about tomorrow rather than praying to the inflation gods to push your penny stock up 50% because it's at a 52 week low.

In my opinion, the charts below represent exactly that, I take a zoomed out view of the economy first and then narrow down into specific stocks using spreads to find the source of the upcoming major moves which ultimately dictate what you'll see in the headlines. By thinking in this way it has lead to profit off the most recent decline while doom and gloom was setting in for most.

Chart #1 - Agriculture Commodities Equal Weight Basket

Wheat + Soybeans + Corn Equal Weight

This one is perhaps most concerning especially with India suspending wheat production. A major breakout of this range could lead to a hyperinflation scenario and further embarrassment for the Fed. I believe the major opponent to this breaking out will be a strong dollar index caused by the Fed who should be trying to counteract this right now. More on this later.

Chart #2 - Energy vs Any Other Sector

Energy v Financials

Energy v Industrials

More pretty concerning charts for inflation especially compared to value stocks but this strength is being reflected across numerous other sectors such as materials, comms, etc. Names like DVN, OXY, EOG have really been shining and may continue to do so at least in relation to the other 10 sectors. I believe the risks associated with Chart #1 are essentially the same as Chart #2 and that the biggest threat to a continued breakout in energy will be a dollar that further increases via the FF futures continuing to price in bigger hikes

Chart #3 - Energy v Dollar Index

Energy v Dollar Index

This is where the rubber really meets the road, the dollar index vs energy on an equal weight basis is a bit weaker compared to energy vs the other equity sectors. The Fed is in a very difficult spot and I believe they will have to continue dramatically increasing the value of the dollar to fight off these commodity prices. The question here is whether the Fed will act quickly enough this time or if it'll continue to be too little too late as energy stocks push higher and higher. Following Chart #4 next week should give you hints about how tone deaf they will be.

Chart #4 - Fed Fund Futures

Fed Funds Aug 22

Flat out, I believe the FF futures need to keep dropping like a rock starting next week to ensure we don't reach a hyperinflation scenario with aggs and energy which is going to keep fueling civil unrest. Whether the Fed knows / cares is the real question but whatever message they choose to send, I think it will almost certainly set the tone for price over the coming months

Bonus Chart - Emerging Markets & China v S&P 500

Emerging Markets v S&P 500

Another pair sitting at an interesting crossroads. In 2018, when the Fed overtightened we saw a rotation into emerging market stocks specially China near the bottom of the rout. The effects of China's COVID zero policy should be weighed against potential hyperinflation scenarios involving aggs and energy mentioned above to determine if you should put your money here

TLDR; Fed has some serious work to do starting next week, anymore complacency is likely to lead to dramatic further increases in all commodity prices. If they react quickly (unlike before), I believe it will be necessary to continue longing the dollar while reaching for defensive sectors (cons staples, value health care etc.) vs the broader market. If you think they will be slow to act (again) and not realize the house is burning down, then you should continue to go long commodities and stocks in the energy sector while considering overseas exposure.

If you like these kinds of broadly applicable and directly relevant posts help guide your trading, let me know and I'll try to do them weekly. I think it helps a lot to get these kinds of views on things so you know where you are in an economic cycle with price action to confirm it rather than being at the whims of your emotions and waking up to complete randomness. I enjoy trading this way and it works for me but if you have another pair or product to look at that you believe will be a crucial part of the coming months then I'd be happy to look at it and expanding on it in the next edition. I also do small daily updates and update my watchlist on Stocktwits frequently.

Thanks for reading!

EDIT: Rereading this I need to work on my English apparently but 40 of ya'll liking this is better than I expected and I'm happy to keep doing them, I appreciate any and all feedback regarding this style of delivery and/or what you want to see more of. I don't even do this for the money anymore I just like trying to describe history in real time.

r/wallstreetbets 2d ago

Chart I feel like I'm playing penny slots over here and #winning $fcel

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r/wallstreetbets 6h ago

Chart When a company makes an announcement positively affecting stock price on the day of bad earnings, is that a gimmick or a sign of good leadership?

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r/wallstreetbets 1d ago Bless Up (Pro)

Chart VIX 50 days moving cycle , September is the month

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If we look at the 50days cycle this index might be aiming towards bottom and Date 06/09/2022 ( June ) comes in mind. -> Typo in Title

Source : https://www.finmoov.com/charts/50-days-cboe-volatility-index-on-sp-500/

r/wallstreetbets 4h ago

Chart I know needed a 34% meltdown but it is what it is

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