Fed Gets Credit for New Highs!

The Dow Jones soared to new historic highs on Wednesday, after the Fed signaled that it would further a policy of gradual monetary tightening and incrementally lower its huge balance sheet. Investors applauded the tone voiced by Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, which eased some of the concern about the weak inflation figures that were recently released. Yellen said just what the market hoped to hear leaving investors delighted!

The real estate sector (ITB), one of the sectors sensitive to interest rates, was among the strongest sectors yesterday with gains of 1.3%, its sharpest daily percentage gains in 4 months. Tech stocks (XLK) also saw sharp gains, ending up 1.3% on the day.

Daily Summary: The Dow Jones rose 0.57%, achieving a new intraday high and closing at the level of 21,532.14 points. The S&P 500 soared 0.73%, the NASDAQ taking off 1.1%.

The airline index (JETS) recorded sharp gains of 2.3% after the #1 U.S. airline company, American Airlines (AAL) reported quarterly numbers that hit analyst forecasts. AAL ended sharply up by 4.2%. Other airline companies, DAL, UAL, ALK, SAVE, and JBLU all recorded gains of at least 1%.

On the S&P 500, 27 stocks rose to new 52-week highs, 11 dipping to new yearly lows; on the NASDAQ, 81 stocks recorded new 52-week highs, 69 falling to new yearly lows.

About 6.1 billion shares changed hands on U.S. exchanges, compared to the 6.9 billion average over the last 20 trading days.

Thursday: The bi-annual speech of Janet Yellen on Wednesday accentuated inflationary concern, which makes the PPI inflation figures to be released today and the consumer CPI inflation figures to be released tomorrow all the more important. Janet Yellen will resume her testimony today, addressing the Senate Banking Committee. Her comments on inflation, the huge Fed balance sheet and interest rates are likely to have a large impact on market movement.

Senior Fed bankers have said of late that the moderation in inflation over the last few months is apparently a passing phenomenon. At the same time, though, Yellen raised a red flag both in her prepared remarks and in yesterday’s congressional testimony.

Yellen, in her prepared remarks, noted that the Fed is being careful about inflation. She reiterated that point in yesterday’s hearing. In the Q&A session, Yellen noted that temporary factors are at play, stressing that it’s too early to gauge where things are heading seeing that the economy isn’t on track to hit an annual inflation clip of 2% over the next few years; she did say, though, that the bank is following inflation carefully.

The Fed’s annual inflation target is now notched off at 2%. The barometer for measuring inflation preferred by the Fed is the PCE index, which in May registered a 1.4% reading after having briefly levitated above 2% in the month of February. Economists expect the CPI on Friday to record gains of 0.1% for June, which would bring inflation to an annualized clip of 1.7%.

Yellen’s testimony will resume at 9:30 N.Y. time, concomitant with the opening bell on Wall Street. The Producer Price Index (PPI) will be released at 8:30, along with weekly unemployment claims. The PPI is projected to have stagnated in June.

Today’s reports features DAL, before the opening bell.

Index Last Daily change
DJX 21,532 0.57% Up
SPX 2,443 0.73% Up
Nasdaq 6,261 1.10% Up

Thursday’s Hot Stocks: DAL, MNK, AON

IPOs: None

Have a great trading day!


Economic Calendar


DAY TIME (EST) Event Forecast Impact
Tuesday 6:00 NFIB Small Business Optimism Index Medium
Tuesday 10:00 JOLTS Medium
Tuesday 10:00 Wholesale Trade Medium
Wednesday 8:30 Janet Yellen Speaks -0.5% Medium
Wednesday 10:00 Janet Yellen Testifies Medium
Wednesday 10:30 Crude Oil Inventories 185K Low
Thursday 8:30 Initial Claims 244K High
Thursday 8:30 PPI -$46.1B High
Friday 8:30 Consumer Price Index 56.6 High
Friday 8:30 Retail Sales Medium
Friday 9:15 Industrial Production 173K Medium
Friday 10:00 Business Inventories 4.3% Medium
Friday 10:00 Consumer Sentiment High


Earning Calendar


Symbol Company AM/PM Day
HELE Helen of Troy Limited AM Monday
PEP PepsiCo, Inc. AM Tuesday
OZRK Bank of the Ozarks, Inc. AM Wednesday
FAST Fastenal Company AM Wednesday
DAL Delta Air Lines, Inc. AM Thursday
PNC The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. AM Friday
C Citigroup Inc. AM Friday
WFC Wells Fargo & Company AM Friday
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. AM Friday


Today’s Picks – Day Trading!

Symbol Breakout Breakdown Momentum Momentum
BAX 61.52 RH MSM
RH 69.29 SINA  
EMN 86.28 WB  
DAL 55.75 AAL  
V 96.60 DD  
UA 18.50 CALA  
DKS 35.87


New York Strategy Swing

# Date Stock Long\


Statues Data Close Profit\


1 14.6.2017 SIG Short Close 23.6.2017 +2.29%
2 16.6.2017 AABA (YHOO) Long Close 26.6.2017 +3.14%
3 21.6.2017 KR Short Close 27.6.2017 -2.75%
4 29.6.2017 DKS Short Close 3.7.2017 +1.04%
5 6.7.2017 HAIN Long Open   +1.42%
6 6.7.2017 DKS Short Open   +4.61%
7 10.7.2017 ORCL Long Open +1.64%


Today’s Picks – Swing “New-York Strategy

Company Name
Yum China Holdings,
Entry Point 37.20
Stop Area 38.05
1st Target 36.60
Swing Target 33.56
Avg. Volume 3.38M
Sector Services | Restaurants
Earning Date
Risk Rate Normal
Risk\Reward Ratio 4.28:1

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