Retail earnings are in full swing this upcoming week!
Here is a TA based version of my expectations for the week.
In previous quarters the strong USD and the slow down in Consumer Spending hit profits hard.
With retail sales up throughout the quarter and consumer confidence at 2016 high, all around beats are expected.
Driving retail market capitalization back...
Let's wait for what the Census Bureau will give us :)
1. Actual > Forecast - most of us will think it's good for Dollar :) let's see
2. Friday will add some confusion
3. Having a bear at a lunch time on wall street? well not sure, however friday new's are normally so "short term"!
4. As a traders do care, let's see :)
TA view is the same!
HVF pattern developing. A macro perspective: short BBY long-term simply because of online retail dominance for tech products. I'm skeptical that brick and mortar retail will survive. BBY prior CEO placed a cost focus strategy that the new CEO has agreed and does not plan on changing. Cost focus strategies does not help with growth unless the company was operating...
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We can enter shorts aiming to capture the anticipated sharp decline into earnings.
Macy's reports one day before the 'Time at mode' downtrend signal here expires.
The two targets seem quite realistic in my opinion, might be a home run trade, don't miss it!
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This is a very predictable and classic pin bar pattern. We'e clearly rejecting the 0.76 level, which is also an EMA layer of support as well. Also, with the retail crowd being heavy short this is a great chance to buy. I'm looking to buy at market asap or maybe 0.765 if I'm lucky and targeting 0.803 (1.618 fib ext) into the 0.816 area.
Retail Sales (MoM). The retail Sales released by the US Census Bureau measures the total receipts of retail stores. Monthly percent changes reflect the rate of changes of such sales. Changes in Retail Sales are widely followed as an indicator of consumer spending. Generally speaking, a high reading is seen as positive (or bullish) for the USD, while a low reading...
The retail Sales released by the US Census Bureau measures the total receipts of retail stores. Monthly percent changes reflect the rate of changes of such sales. Changes in Retail Sales are widely followed as an indicator of consumer spending. Generally speaking, a high reading is seen as positive (or bullish) for the USD, while a low reading is seen as negative...