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8 Stocks To Watch For The Week Of Sept. 9

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For the Week of September 9 - Stock mentions: SPY, AMZN, CSCO, AMD, NVDA, BABA, JD, INTC, FCX

Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own CSCO

The Podcast For The Week of September 9:

The week of September 9 will be a busy one for the markets with the ECB announcement on Thursday. It is widely expected that the ECB will cut the deposit rate by ten basis points, to negative 50 basis points. It is also expected that they will restart QE. It could provide a significant tailwind to the equity market. (premium content: The Week Of September 9 Will Be A Big One

S&P 500 (SPY)

The S&P 500 cleared three major hurdled last week as I talked about in yesterday write up. You can listen to it in my podcast above. My expectation is for the index to continue to trend higher towards 3,000.

Amazon (AMZN)

Amazon had a good week increasing above resistance at $1825; we can see it even acted as support later in the week. I think that pushes AMZN up towards $1900. But I have been saying that for weeks.

Cisco (CSCO)

Cisco is also starting to look much better, with a stock that is approaching resistance at $49.30. Should CSCO break out above that resistance it could result in CSCO rising back to $51.


The chart for AMD doesn't look right, with strong resistance around $31.40. I'm torn because the sector has been hot, but the chart for AMD seems lousy. I think it falls this week to $29.40.

Nvidia (NVDA)

Nvidia jumped over resistance at $178, and that may help to shares up to $198.

Alibaba (BABA)

Alibaba is at resistance at $179, and now with the trade war worries on hold, a break out sends the stock higher towards $188.


JD is once again back to resistance at $31.50, and every time it gets there, it fails. Not this time. This time, I think the stock is going to break out and rise finally, towards $34.80.

Intel (INTC)

Intel is close to breaking a downtrend which could send its stock higher towards $53.60.

Freeport McMoran (FCX)

Freeport McMoran could be heading higher too, as it to break above resistance at $9.50. I saw some big options late last week in this name. Premium content: Why Freeport And Copper May Be Heading Higher

Have a great Sunday!


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