August 12, 2020

Do you expect a crash? Or again rallies?

Market Overview on September 16, 2019
# SP500

Last week for the SP500 index ended up increasing and closed at area 3010. U.S. consumer sentiment on Friday surpassed forecasts. According to preliminary estimates, Michigan University consumer sentiment in the U.S. rose to 92 in September 2019 from 89.8 in the previous month and above the market consensus forecast of 90.9. Also, the consumer expectations index rose to 82.4 in September from 79.9 in the previous month; and the indicator of current economic conditions rose to 106.9 from 105.3. Inflation expectations for the coming year rose to a four-month high of 2.8 percent in September from 2.7 percent in August; while the 5-year forecast fell to 2.3 percent from 2.6 percent.

“Consumer sentiment showed a smallrebound from a sharp fall in August, marking the third lowest level since Trump’s election. Despite the fact that growth occurred both in current and expected economic conditions, the rebound in early September was not widespread by age or income subgroups, as it only fell among consumers under the age of 45 and among households with incomes at the top thirds - these two groups account for about half of all expenses. Data shows that consumers expect the Fed to cut interest rates next week with a net decline in interest rates more often than they are currently expected than ever since the depths of the Great Recession in February 2009. These expectations are likely to reduce the impact of spending on a quarter point reduction in the rate, but if the rates remain unchanged, they can increase the negative reaction of consumers. Concerns about the impact of tariffs on the domestic economy also increased in early September, when 38% of all consumers became spontaneous; the United States cited the negative impact of tariffs, the highest percentage since March 2018. Those who negatively mentioned tariffs also held more negative views on the overall economic outlook, and also expected inflation and unemployment to increase next year. Although a recession is not expected next year, a revival of personal consumption is also not expected. The forecast for consumption is a slower but positive growth that will extend it for another year, ”said Richard Curtin, chief economist at Consumer Survey.

On Monday, the futures market opened with a gapdown and almost leveled the movement of last week. This is an occasion to think about the upcoming week and the direction of the market in the coming days. On Monday and Tuesday, the market is unlikely to be able to make any serious movements since there will be a FED meeting on Wednesday 18 September regarding the decision to reduce the interest rate from the current level of 2.25% to 2%. The estimated interest rate for today is 1.88% and is in the price range of 1.75% - 2%. FED reports forecast 0.25 basis points decline with a 81.9% probability

Do you expect a crash? Or again rallies?

Do you expect a crash? Or again rallies?

Key support / resistance levels for September 16, 2019

Monthly volatility resistance - 2975

Weekly volatility resistance - 3028

Daily volatility resistance - 3002

Daily volatility support - 2973

Weekly volatility support - 2948

Monthly volatility support - 2935

Thursday and Friday NASDAQ Exchange Delta Volumewas in the positive zone, however, this did not cause serious upward movements, which in turn suggests the further decrease or at least lateral movement for today.

Do you expect a crash? Or again rallies?

When comparing the cumulative delta on the futures of the DowJones 30, SP500 and NASDAQ 100 indices

the downward dynamics of the deltaDowJones 30 index, which in turn may signal a possible decline. However, the FED meeting still prevents large participants from entering positions in the next two days.

Do you expect a crash? Or again rallies?

The recommendation for today will be a cautious sale to the nearest support levels with intraday fixing of transactions.