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Nasdaq has again moved to new all-time highs while S&P 500 approaches similar levels. While better than expected results from Walt Disney Company (+8.8%) together with big movers like Square Inc. (+7.10%) and Boeing (+5.58%) have supported the move higher in the US equities, in general, it is technology sector that attracts the most investment dollars. By reading further you agree with our disclaimer at the bottom of this page and acknowledge that we don’t provide investment advice. Sector level analysis reveals how investment dollars have flowed away from almost every other market sector into technology. Over the last 10 days, technology has gained 4% relative to the S&P 500 while e.g. energy has lost 3.6% and utilities 3.9%. In this calculation, the S&P 500 is constant and sector performance is calculated as change from this base. This shows how investors believe it’s the US technology companies that will emerge as winners from the crisis created by Covid-19. This same bullishness can be seen in indicators that measure how widely supported the recent index moves are. At the time of writing this, 78% Nasdaq 100 stocks are trading above their 200-day moving averages while only 58% of S&P 100 stocks are above the same moving averages. It seems likely that as long as the Fed keeps on borrowing at the current rate and market participants have a reason to believe that there will be more stimulus, the prices of stocks will keep on trending higher. This, however, isn’t a promise, only speculation and prices never move higher in a straight line. Therefore please remember that there will be retracements and volatility that can cause losses to careless traders. Especially to those that lack the discipline to keep their bet sizes small and/or a good trading strategy. Traders wishing to learn the right skills and to improve their swing trading and day-trading ability are warmly welcomed to join our VIP Black program. Start by registering an account and depositing here. We will help you to learn vital skills for trading. Nasdaq has been trading higher in a rising channel and is now trying to move above the most recent short terms trading range. Blue horizontal line points to the lower end of this range while the red line shows the upper end of the range. Bulls are now trying to push the market higher from this “box” but at the moment it’s unclear whether there will be enough demand to move the index higher immediately or whether a re-test of supports is needed first. As per Stochastics oscillator, the market is overbought and losing momentum. This is confirmed by the narrow range candle formed yesterday. Key daily timeframe support levels can be found at 10300 and 10502 (e-mini Nasdaq futures prices). We warmly welcome you to join our webinars to learn more about market analysis, risk management and trading strategies. You can register and deposit to your account here. Recent macroeconomic data Chinese Manufacturing PMI: 51.1 (50.8 expected)US Manufacturing PMI: 54.2 (53.6 expected)Canadian GDP 4.5% (3.5% expected)NZD unemployment rate 4.0% (5.6% expected)US ISM Services PMI 58.1 (55 expected) US Markit Final Services PMI 50.0 (49.6 expected)Macroeconomic releases today and tomorrow Bank Of England rate decision Unchanged at 0.10%BOE Governor Bailey speaksCanadian unemployment rate 11.1% expectedUS Non-Farm Payrolls 1550K expectedUS Average Hourly Earnings -0.5% expectedUS Unemployment rate 10.5% expected For a more detailed analysis and for actionable trading strategies and ideas, please join our VIP program at www.Tiomarkets.com. We want you to be able to exploit trading opportunities in silver, gold & palladium with 0 commission and tight spreads. Take advantage of the best trading account in the industry: Tiomarkets VIP Black. For more details on this truly exceptional offering see here. TIOmarkets offers exclusively consultancy-free service. 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Each day and each week becomes a micro-analysis of the daily Covid 19 headlines. Headlines from the US tend to dominate but we would be foolish to ignore global developments. Moves in the US equity markets continue to dominate trader’s thoughts as the rally from the lows of a couple of months ago continues. The Nasdaq continues to make almost daily all-time highs with the quality of Amazon, Apple and Microsoft leading the way. Yet we see economic data especially around employment that continues to make even the most optimistic investor shudder. There is no doubt that markets have bought into the idea that this is a temporary blip on the radar, that a vaccine will become readily available to all and we will emerge stronger than ever. But what if? Call it denial, call it blind optimism, call it what you want. For now that’s off the agenda. Friday would look like many recent trading days. Initial downward pressure on equities, specifically on the Dow Jones, would subside and a relentless rally would see us close a spread form the highs. Another all time high for the Nasdaq hits the record books. Gold would show some signs of weakness as traders’ question whether USD weakness will continue. The yellow metal has become almost impervious to moves in equity markets. For FX it would be a day of consolidation. Initial USD weakness would partially reverse as the day progressed. By day’s end we would largely close mid range, most notably with EURUSD at 1.1300 and GBP at 1.2620. USDJPY would end at 106.90 and AUDUSD at 0.6948. As we head to a new week, traders are looking for FX to gain some independence and show less reliance on equity market moves. Can the recent USD weakness be reversed or is this just a pause in the trend? The week ahead is light on economic data with interest rate decisions in the Euro Zone and Canada taking center stage. US retail sales data on Friday will also be of great interest. I very rarely look at long term charts, especially weekly ones. But today I will make an exception, purely as the XAUUSD trade has become so popular. As you can see we have to go back to 2012 since we last traded around 1,800 and to 2011 for the all time high close to 1,920. There is much debate around where we go form here. A new all time high fueled by record low global interest rates? Or a reversal as equity markets recover? Not a call I will make, but we are at some interesting levels. One to keep an eye on over the coming days. https://blog.tiomarkets.com/news/analysis/another-all-time-high-for-the-nasdaq-as-traders-ignore-continued-rapid-increases-in-covid-19-cases-in-the-us-fx-consolidates-as-investors-look-for-fresh-catalysts/