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Stocks Rebound On September 25

Sep. 25, 2019 5:37 PM ETAmazon.com, Inc. (AMZN), MU, NFLX, SHOP, SPY
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September 25 - Stock mentions: SPY, SHOP, NFLX, AMZN, MU

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Stocks had a strong rebound on September 25 with the S&P 500 rising by about 65 bps to finish the day at 2,985. The market seems to have shrugged off the impeachment inquiry and instead completely turned when President Trump said a trade deal with China could happen sooner than you think. At least, we now know the order of importance, or what the market views as more important at this point.

S&P 500 (SPY)

The level around 2985 has acted been acting as a mild level of support, so now that turns to resistance. You can see by the chart how that is precisely where it stopped rising today.

There is now a downtrend in which the index needs to contend with around 2,995. A break of that downtrend will likely help to push the index back to the highs. A failure at that index likely results in a retest of the August breakout. It is that simple at this point.


Shopify (SHOP)

Shopify had a good day, regaining some of its losses. I continue to think that this stock is in the middle of some momentum unwind if such a thing still even exists. Regardless the stock had a nice bounce today and appears to have formed a double bottom and also broke the downtrend that had been in place since September 6. Now, all it needs to do is get back over $315 to make a push back to $335.

Netflix (NFLX)

Netflix also had a nice bounce today, and it too appears to have broken a downtrend that started on September 18. The stock needs to get back over $273 to consider a bounce back to $284, and perhaps the worst of the decline is behind us.

Micron (MU)

Micron will report results tomorrow after the close, and the stock is in a rising wedge, but based on the wedge it seems possible that the stock could rise to around $52 before eventually doing a U-turn lower. But when it comes to earnings, technicals are very hard to rely on, solely.

Amazon (AMZN)

Amazon had a nice bounce-back too, but like the others, it still needs to clear a level of resistance at $1775. The stock has been dead since the beginning of August.

That's going to be it for today. Back at some point tomorrow.


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