Traders Talk Stock Market Technical Analysis Overview December 12 2021

The week that was and the week ahead in global stock markets. In developing our trading plan we walk through the KnovaWave Structure and shape in all the major indices and key stocks; AAPL, AMZN, SMH, NVDA and ARKK. Key earnings and influences with alternative outcomes. With a big week for Central Bankers we take a look at Bonds also

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Listen in Conjunction with: Traders Market Weekly: Central Banker Deluge

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Analyzing Apple’s Ascent To All-Time Highs

We go through “That Apple Trade”. Apple has gone from $150 to $180 in very quick time. $AAPL is just 2% shy of a $3 trillion company with 30% in a matter of weeks. The trade had set up perfectly, a perfect storm of both the KnovaWave methodology and the crowd psychology buttons coupled with our Option Delta and Gamma levels around key targets. We walk through the different aspects of this trade in this week’s podcast.

S&P 500 Futures Set Up Ahead of New Record Highs

A quick live recap of how the S&P 500 reacted after the US CPI report, the correction in clinical fashion to major support in a textbook ABC. With both crowd psychology, technical analysis reviewed with possible outcomes into the afternoon. The S&P and Apple would go on to hit all time highs by the close.

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