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The Simpson’s did it again! I swear the writers are time travelers.
(Friday Market Close) You could argue that the market spooked itself this week.
Now it wasn’t as if there weren’t external reasons for the downturn. Between worries about slow vaccine rollout, weak European economic data, the appearance of the South African variant of the virus here, and a few disappointing earnings reports, it’s easy to find a fundamental story to blame.
Still, it feels like the selloff, which accelerated Friday as the S&P 500 Index (SPX) fell nearly 2%, was more of a reaction to internal market developments. Anyone who’s paid attention knows about all the focus on short squeezesthat brought fame (and some fortune) to stocks like GameStop (GME) and AMC Entertainment (AMC). There’ve been disruptions all over the world, and now the stock market is feeling some disruption and a change of tone. The short squeezes certainly had a lot to do with it. The way people interact with the market is a little different than in the past.
There’s also a sense that things in general had come too far, too fast, sending values too high and leading to calls for a little consolidation. Basically, the four main stock indices had rolled along full steam ahead with hardly a break since early November, and that made some people nervous, especially about valuations. The short squeezes seemed to reinforce some investors’ beliefs that it was time for a little profit taking.
It’s a storm of a lot of things coming together that’s leading to a disruption in the market overall. These kinds of disruptions occur every 10 or 12 years and the market has always survived them. People are reassessing their portfolios. Not just individuals, but funds, too. There’s a reassessment of value everywhere.
Some of the major stocks leading the downward charge Friday included all the “FAANGs” along with Microsoft (MSFT). Apple(AAPL)—which often has an outsized impact on the overall market due to its huge valuation—is down 8.5% since reaching an all-time high early this week. That’s despite a stellar earnings report. That’s the kind of thing that makes you wonder if we’re seeing some good old-fashioned profit taking.
From a sector standpoint, it looks like a few of the ones that had been doing best on the recent rally have fallen the hardest, including Energy, Info Tech, and Financials. The so-called “defensive” sectors, including Utilities and Health Care, did best on Friday.
Bumpy Ride Not Out of the Ordinary
It never feels good to lose money in the market, but it should feel familiar. Major indices generally experience several 5% drops each year and usually at least one 10% decline. The SPX hadn’t had any sort of serious backtracking since September when it fell around 9.6% from its highs. Then it went on a tear, chalking up gains of nearly 18% from the end of October up to its all-time highs earlier this month.
Gains were even heavier for the small-cap Russell 2000 Index (RUT), which entered this week trading at about 1.37 times its 200-day moving average, the highest it’s been relative to the 200-day since at least 2000. Hopes for further fiscal stimulus, the Fed’s dovish monetary policy (which it again promised this week to keep that way for the long term), and vaccine progress all helped electrify Wall Street between November and January.
Now it feels like maybe things got a little ahead of themselves, considering all the challenges we still face. Europe is running low on vaccines. The U.S. rollout has been slower than expected. The Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) vaccine data today looked OK, but not amazing, and none of the vaccines seem to be as effective against this South African variant that has medical experts sounding nervous. Gross domestic product (GDP) growth in Q4 wasn’t quite as good as some people had hoped and moderated from the breakneck pace of Q3.
Combine all that with earnings from Facebook (FB) and Tesla (TSLA) that didn’t blow anyone out of the water, cruise lines once again pushing back their schedules, a bond market that showed new life, rising volatility, and an SPX valuation at historic highs, and it would have been kind of weird not to have some weakness in stocks.
Key Levels to Watch Include 30,000 in $DJI and 3700 in SPX
Despite this disappointing end to the week, try to keep things in perspective. The SPX is still up 13.5% in the last three months, and remains around 3.5% below this month’s all-time highs. If a market correction is defined as a 10% decline from the high, we’re not even halfway there yet. That might feel reassuring in one sense, but it should also mean caution. There could be more weakness ahead if this downturn is going to become a correction, which can’t be ruled out.
The argument against that is there just hasn’t been a lot of interest among investors to really push the market down over the last few months. Every time the SPX dropped to its 20-day moving average since Nov. 1, it met new buyers in what became called a “buy the dip” trade.
This week the SPX actually did fall below the 20-day and then tested the 50-day moving average, which was 3715 heading into Friday (see chart below). The question heading into next week is whether any technical support in that area holds, or if selling picks up. Longer-term technical support is in a range between 3633 and 3695, according to research firm CFRA. This is where the “buy the dip” crowd meets a test: Will they still want to buy the dip after the main crunch of earnings season ends and the world continues to stumble trying to fight the pandemic?
The two big numbers to watch could be 30,000 in the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($DJI) and 3700 in the SPX. The two indices flirted with those levels late Friday, and the $DJI ultimately closed just below 30,000. If it hops back above there Monday and manages to hold on, that would probably be seen as a technical victory that could promise a little recovery ahead.
It’s kind of interesting that all this happened at a time when you could point to some actual positive developments in the background. Microsoft (MSFT) and Apple (AAPL) both reported earnings that are about as solid as it gets and next week brings Alphabet (GOOGL)and Amazon (AMZN). Other big names penciled into the earnings lineup next week include PayPal (PYPL), Alibaba (BABA), UPS(UPS), and Peloton (PTON). We’ll talk more about those reports and what to look for in them on Monday morning.
As these companies report, stimulus traction appears to be growing on Capitol Hill. Media coverage this week suggested Democrats might try to speed the $1.9 trillion legislation through Congress through reconciliation, which wouldn’t necessarily require Republican votes. Whatever you might think of the legislation itself, stimulus generally appears to have helped the stock market over the last few months. Next week we’ll see if it elbows its way back into the headlines in a big way, which has potential to be a helpful force for the market.
Volatility Explosion Could Keep Investors Cautious
What’s not helpful is the way volatility just exploded this week. On one day, the Cboe Volatility Index (VIX) skyrocketed to 37 from below 22. This isn’t something you often see, and overall the VIX had its biggest upside week since June.
Historically, VIX—sometimes called the market’s “fear index”—trades in ranges over periods of time. It spent a lot of time last fall between 25 and 30, and then early this year between 20 and 25. Now it’s back above 30, and that could indicate more concern about possible choppiness and deeper losses straight ahead. One interesting thing now vs. a week ago, however, is that VIX futures have gone from contango (where outer months are higher than the current level) to backwardation, where the current level outweighs future prices.
It was also positive to see the major indices bounce off of their lows late in Friday’s session, which could have positive ramifications as the new week starts. The SPX at one point on Friday dipped just below 3700, but didn’t seem to find much selling interest down there. One hallmark of last year’s steep selloff was failure to find buyers late on Fridays who were comfortable holding long positions into the weekend. This sometimes caused late-week selloffs to gain steam. That didn’t appear to be the case Friday, which isn’t a bad thing if you’re hoping for better times ahead.
Earnings, stimulus, and vaccination progress all remain key areas to watch as the new week begins. Also, consider closely checking futures market action Sunday night for possible clues about how Monday could open.
Despite Headlines, Vaccine Progress Appears Confirmed this Week
One more thing: JNJ’s vaccine data today took some of the blame for the market weakness, but most analysts didn’t think the data was actually all that disappointing. As they said, it appears to be more effective than the flu vaccine we all get each fall, and it also seemed effective in preventing severe COVID-19 cases.
The data showed it wasn’t as effective as thePfizer (PFE)/BioNTech (BNTX) and Moderna(MRNA) vaccines already on the market, but few experts had expected that. JNJ was upbeat about the data and analysts said it’s expected to seek quick regulatory approval. Logistically, the JNJ vaccine has a bunch of advantages because it’s a single-injection product that can be stored at much higher temperatures than products made by the other companies.
There was also positive vaccine data from Novavax (NVAX) this week, and its shares jumped more than 60% on Friday. The company is considering filing for U.S. approval, news reports said. Which means in a best-case scenario, the U.S. might soon have four vaccines on the market actively fighting against this horrible pandemic. The U.S. government agreed last year to buy 100 million doses of JNJ’s vaccine.
So maybe those are some things to keep in mind if you’re feeling depressed about how this week turned out.
Surprise, Surprise – Literally one hour after Biden was sworn in, the World Health Organization admitted that PCR testing produces high amplification rates and results and a huge number of false positives.
The WHO released a report today saying that their COVID testing overstates the number of false positives:
literally one hour after Biden takes the oath, the WHO admits that PCR testing at high amplification rates alters the predictive value of the tests and results in a huge number of false positives pic.twitter.com/iDtXmappRw
— Andy Swan (@AndySwan) January 20, 2021
The WHO has hid the truth about the COVID pandemic from the start. We reported in March 2020 that the WHO was reporting bogus numbers grossly overstating the mortality rate of COVID. We were right.
There are so many problems with the reporting, projections and protocol related to COVID, how can these entities ever be trusted again?
Restaurant that defied orders must pay profits to the state – AG Ellison
Here the offending speech
I was there and nothing even close occurred and no one went to the mansion to do anything but demand answers to questions he can’t answer.
The armed people are there because we were attacked in a coordinated effort by the Governor ordering the State Patrol to bring in ANTIFA (an organization his daughter was tweeting instructions to during the riots in Minneapolis) which injured multiple people and they watch as this group of liberal brown shirt thugs damaged around 15 vehicles.
Governor I call you out at a LIAR!
Email his lordship and tell him we aren’t going to take it anymore! Copy this link and forward.
Governor Walz Gov.firstname.lastname@example.org
When is enough, enough?
Our economy is destroyed and 600.00 isn’t going to fix 9 months without work. Liberals are constantly confronting people over not wearing a mask that if works and they are wearing one, AND THEY BELIEVE IT WORKS, why do they have a need to confront people?
This week we have four well known restaurant owners who are desperately trying to survive. Micky’s Diner, then others in Lakeville, East Grand Forks, and in Albert Lea. I use these only as an example as countless others are desperate also.
Do we have gun hating liberals confronting and intending to kill people in LA Fitness, Maplewood? Is this the future we want?
We have citizens who have come to an end with the lies on COVID-19. Yes, we understand it is dangerous and yes, precautions must be made however, Wisconsin Bars and Restaurants are filled with those loving liberals giving the fuzzy eyeball to people for not wearing masks when they themselves, support the lockdown, for others.
More of the ‘rules for thee but not, for me’ as we see more and more liberal’s leaving the state for vacations and a nice meal or a drink.
We have desperate people protesting outside of liberal legislators homes like Carlos Mariani who was, correct me if I’m wrong, supporting the BLM and ANTIFA peaceful gasoline and match filled protests.
Everyone needs to know just how close this state is to an armed rebellion as evidenced by the lunatic in the LA fitness, and potentially those close to losing EVERYTHING over a power hungry Governor and liberal legislators desperately seeking socialism using the AG as a weapon.
Do not take what I am saying lightly. Ask your constituents how close they are to losing everything. Think, if all members of the House, Senate, Governor, AG and all those in the entire state employ are to join with us in ZERO income, loss of credit rating, evection, life’s dreams, maybe a collective misery like this level of socialism will appease everyone. NOT!
The death count is in question as ~30% of all deaths recorded as COVID-19 wasn’t stated as the cause of death. Many of the others, were already dying and would be soon. Our suicide rates, violence in the homes, divorce, bankruptcy, depression, desperation has and is rapidly increasing.
The method of spread is already proven to occur in Small Business and certainly not any big box store. NOT!
We know that the Indian Casinos bars and restaurants are COVID-19 FREE! NOT!
Governor Walz is now going to relax the restrictions slightly.
This is not going to work. It is going to add fuel to a growing movement that ALL government has failed the people and needs to be replaced. We all know how this will be done if something isn’t done NOW.
I reach out to you today to publicly demand the unrestricted reopening of all businesses. Those who are in fear, sick or at risk, stay home. Those who wish to wear a mask, do so. We were a free country at one time. That is an obvious delusion everyone is now realizing. I beg of you to restore the constitution and fight this socialist state we currently have.
Thank you for your time,
Whatever you want to call the most pathetic leadership in Minnesota ever recorded…Wisconsin tanks you from the bottom of their hearts.
We, the people, stand up for you. We back the badge, law and Justice.
We aren’t impressed with the complete lack of support for yourselves and if you refuse to stand up for yourselves and you continue to enforce your masters commands, what do you expect from us?
How far do you expect us to stand between you and your ability to make a decision between complete anarchy and telling your masters they are wrong.
Come January 6th, who will you choose to stand by? Those that support you or your masters that represent the socialist state?
The clock is ticking, ponder carefully your future and that of your children.
We will not stop but today Rick is on vacation, mail in his box and he’s relaxing in a restaurant out of state I imagine.
Liberals have absolutely no clue what happens when they poke the bear once, too often.
Carlos Mariani at 187 Congress in St Paul called 911 when we showed up. Imagine that, a liberal who hates police calls them for assistance?
He refuses to come out of his house as typical liberal cowards do.
We are coming back every week! Join us!
Rules for thee but not, for me.
by Jeremy Munson
on June 16, 2020 · Flag
Minnesota State Representatives Steve Drazkowski, Cal Bahr, Tim Miller, and Jeremy Munson have filed a lawsuit to challenge Governor Walz’s authority to declare a peacetime emergency and unilaterally write laws.The Governor usurped the authority of the Minnesota Legislature and the checks and balances provided by the Minnesota Constitution for our three branches of government when he unilaterally declared a peacetime emergency and issued himself the power to write laws with enforcement powers.
On May 28, I, along with Representatives Drazkowski, Bahr, Miller, the Free Minnesota Small Business Coalition, and a number of Minnesota businesses, filed a lawsuit to challenge Governor Walz’s authority to declare a peacetime emergency and unilaterally write laws. Minnesota has three branches of government to prevent the consolidation of power. Using MN Stat. Sec. 12.31, the Governor usurped the legislative process and the checks and balances provided by our three branches, when he unilaterally declared a peacetime emergency and provided himself the power to write laws. He did this assured that with a split legislature his powers would never be taken or limited.
The Governor exceeded his legal authority in three ways. First, the Governor’s executive orders violate Minnesota Constitution’s non-delegation doctrine, because pure legislative power cannot be exercised by the executive branch. Normally, the legislature circumvents the non-delegation doctrine by allowing judicial review of agency rules. However, in this situation, the Minnesota Court of Appeals stated there is no judicial review for the Governor’s executive orders. Therefore, the statutes authorizing the Governor’s executive orders are unconstitutional delegations of legislative power, because the legislature did not allow for judicial review. Second, the Governor’s executive orders are based on a statute that gives the legislature veto powers. However, the Minnesota Constitution does not provide for legislative veto powers, so this provision is unconstitutional. Because the legislature never intended to give the Governor unchecked unilateral power to write laws, this provision cannot be severed, making the entire section unconstitutional. Third, the statute the Governor based his executive powers on does not specify a public health emergency as justification for declaring a peacetime emergency. The statute was written following hurricane Katrina and never intended to give the Governor the power to unilaterally write laws with criminal penalties attached, affecting all of MN for an undetermined and indefinite period of time.
Unlike the specific instances cited in the statute, a public health crisis extends for indefinitely, and the executive orders associated are not limited in scope. This is why, about a week prior to Governor Walz declaring a peacetime emergency, a bill was introduced in the MN House to add specific language to this statute that would allow peacetime emergencies to be declared for a “public health crisis”. This bill died in the House Ways and Means Committee and did not have a Senate companion, yet the Governor declared an emergency anyways and unilaterally expanded his powers. Without declaring a peacetime emergency, he would not have the authority to dictate stay at home orders, or Minnesota businesses and churches close.
If successful, we will end the Governor’s peacetime emergency and his executive orders. The power to write laws and address this public health problem will remain with the legislature. Most importantly, our success will mean there is no consolidation of power and no Governor will be able to unilaterally write laws for a virus which will be with us for years.
People across Minnesota are asking how they can help end the Governor’s unilateral powers. We set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for legal fees and expenses. Any money not used for this lawsuit will be placed in a fund to help small businesses with legal fees. None of the money will be used for political campaigns and contributions are not tax deductible.
All businesses should be allowed to open without double standards. Governor Walz should not be allowed to expand his executive powers, bypass the legislature, and continue the peacetime emergency indefinitely. This authoritarian chapter in MN history should never be allowed again.
Representative Jeremy Munson, 23B
Minnesota Democrats cancel 100-person swearing-in ceremony after backlash
This is another, in a long line of errant/fraudulent claims behind the death counts in Minnesota specifically designed to provide ‘just cause’ in Walz obtaining illegal executive powers and retaining them under false pretenses.
We MUST think and stop REACTING. Remove Walz emergency powers and ReOpen Minnesota PLEASE!
Okay, lets discuss this shutdown. I requested the science behind these select businesses being shut down. Here’s some of the interesting facts.
Theaters ZERO cases traced.
Health clubs. .003 of all the visits, not members.
Bars and Restaurants most have ZERO tracible cases but an anecdotal trace amount of cases is being published as fact.
Now, here’s some very interesting numbers. ~65.5% of all cases are in long term care facilities. Walz ordered the infected to be put in these facilities.
4,359 Reported deaths include those people with preexisting conditions (like me). My life expectancy was two weeks in August 2019. I’m still here and stayed home, if I was out I wore a mask and plastic gloves.
Still got it and yes, it had me down for 35 days and two months mostly bedridden. Upon my visit to emergency I was refused HCQ because it was untested and dangerous.
However, Amy Klobuchar and family, multiple liberal legislators, high profile democrat donors and their family’s were able to receive this highly questionable and dangerous treatment.
Of the 5,262 deaths on record, (keep in mind ~28% did not have COVID on the death certificate as a cause of death but are included in this total) 3,394 were in long term care facilities that were intentionally infected by Walz when he ordered COVID positive patients inserted, into this extremely venerable population.
That leaves 1,868 people, a number of which have preexisting conditions, like me.
Minnesota’s total population 5,700,670. This gives an effective risk of death exposure of ~.00032768078
Minnesota traffic deaths and injury’s in 2019 were 19,902 or .00349 or 10.65 times higher.
So, now we’ve also discovered that big business is safe, driving is safe and small business is the culprit for all the unsubstantiated total of actual deaths created by COVID. It’s also interesting to note that this year, 2020, has zero deaths published for the regular flu or pneumonia.
Listen, I’m thrilled we have a vaccine. I do not take the virus lightly as my personal experience was a bit aggressive. However, other topics that haven’t been spoken about is the incredible increase in suicide, death by loneliness, the increase in depression, domestic violence, the riots, the burning of our cities, would Floyd even have been dead?, the effect this has had on a increasingly gullible population into shaming people who don’t agree with them for not wearing a mask and if they are so afraid, why leave the house? I didn’t!
People accepted a muzzle and lockdown without question. I did also, so I’m not pointing fingers. Right now, we have unemployment running out at the end of December. Is it better to have families starve, be thrown out of their homes, lose their business or desire to be employed at all?
Where does this end? Is it when ZERO people die from anything? How easily are you becoming the famous, Stalin Chicken? (Joe plucked a live chicken, then fed it. It followed him everywhere why? Because after causing great physical and emotional stress, he followed who fed him regardless of what he had just done to him)
Here, our very own Stalin, King Walz, is doing the same thing to Minnesotan’s. In a meeting with the Senate he stated he was targeting 60% of all small businesses will cease to exist before he lifts the lockdown whereas “Casino restaurants have to be open because they need to generate revenue”, (Assistant AG defended the reservations right to stay open and stated that in court this past week.
It’s time to LIVE our lives and not die in fear of something that has proven to cause more problems that it has cured.
One good thing about all this, its educated those idiots who don’t practice common sense hygiene of wash your hands and stay home when ill.
NO MATTER WHAT YOUR DECISION IS, WE NEED TO OPEN BUSINESSES RIGHT NOW OR WE WON’T HAVE ANYTHING LEFT IN JANUARY!
Thank you for your thoughtful consideration,