Price was again all over the map after falling back from a 1/3rd+ retrace, setting the market up for a high-probability retest of the August lows. Whether or not that holds will continue to rely strongly on news flow, with a GDP report and the Jackson Hole press conference on deck.
In the end, the S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) finished down -4.6% for the week, while both Precious Metals (NYSEARCA:DBP) and Treasuries (NYSEARCA:TLT) finished well over +5% higher. Price is becoming oversold in the equities camp, but not so much as to insulate against a strong momentum run lower, in my opinion. On the other hand, the VIX is again quite bullishly over-stretched to the upside; however, that rubber band has become quite loose…
[Week 34 Economic Calendar] (Click to enlarge)
Disclaimer: Never investment advice