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THE POWER OF CHART SETUPS; HOW YOU CAN PROFIT FROM PREDICTIVE SETUPS

Not too long ago, Guy Cohen mentioned the weakness of the financial sector owing to an evolving head and shoulders pattern. This is now coming to pass with the likes of BAC, GS, JPM, MS and others nearing or breaking their neckline breakdown levels.

Typically, with a head and shoulders pattern, you can observe the breakdown happening in slow motion as the OVI will typically head south well in advance of the neckline breach, and in many cases the OVI will be way ahead of the game, just as it was with HP earlier this year.

That hasn’t been the case with the bank stocks this time, but that didn’t stop Guy from ending his bullish stance on them as their uptrends came to an end back in March.

In any case you must always “trade what you see” and avoid imposing your will on a stock.

Now, speaking of excellent OVI combinations with chart setups, FB did exactly what Guy thought it would with its railroad track setup on May 17/18. That’s a golden combination that Guy filters for every day, and he explains it in today’s video.

Watch Today’s OVI Market Review to See The Power of the OVI With Certain Chart Setups.

Read The Capitalist’s Take Here


TRUMP PULLS U.S. OUT OF PARIS CLIMATE ACCORD

After days of drama and suspense, President Trump announced Thursday that his administration will exit the Paris climate agreement.

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“So we’re getting out,” Trump said. “The Paris accord is very unfair at the highest level to the United States.” His decision fulfills a campaign promise and satisfies strong Republican opposition to the global climate deal but isolates the U.S. and is certain to bring condemnation from world leaders and critics in the scientific community. Leaving the accord aligns the United States with Syria and Nicaragua….

Read More at Fox News Here

Read More at NY Times Here

Read More at CNN Here


UBER LOSES $708 MILLION IN Q1 — AS WELL AS HEAD OF FINANCE

Uber posted a $708 million loss in the most recent quarter and said its head of finance is leaving the company, the latest executive to depart in what has been a very tough year to date.

Uber told The Associated Press Thursday that its first-quarter loss was narrower than the $991 million loss it posted in the previous quarter. It had revenue of $3.4 billion, up 18 percent from the final three months of last year.

Read More at Yahoo News Here

Read More at The Street Here

Read More at Fox Business Here


Closing Bell

– Thursday, June 1st

Markets Close at Record Highs Behind Strong Day for Financials

Big Insider Trades

– Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. (MXIM) Senior VP Vivek Jain Sells $2m

– Tallgrass Energy Partners, LP (TEP) CEO David Dehaemers Buys $800k

Winners & Losers

– SPI Energy Co., Ltd (SPI) Shoots UP (38.52%) After Announcing Deal to Sell UK Solar Project

– Express, Inc. (EXPR) Tumbles DOWN (19.20) After Disappointing First Quarter Sees Company Lower 2017 Guidance

The TIP Sheets

– Thursday, June 1st

– TEGNA, Inc. (TGNA) Tanks DOWN (35.34%) After Company Spins Off Cars.com. However, the Drop is a Result of Stock Quote Programs Struggling to Adjust for Implications of Completed Spinoff. Expect Shares to Bounce Back UP

Unusual Volume

J.C. Penny Co., Inc. (JCP) Ticks UP (2.77%) on 72m Shares Traded After Company Raises Full Year Guidance Expect Shares to Continue UP

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