Sunday, November 2, 2014

Gold, Vol, and SPY

I'll let my charts do the talking.





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Sunday, October 26, 2014

If You are a Reluctant Bull

I have been having a number of conversations around is the bull dead, and with the market so whippy, is it worth trading.  I am not sure, but I see the September highs as the top, but I don't yet see a collapse, as the Central Banks will keep promising to start QE4, so what to do.

For me, I think selling collateralized puts weekly on SVXY (or deep in the money calls) is where I will focus for now.  I am going to stay in that posture, until 192.61 is taken out (I will adjust that support as time goes by).  My goal is to harvest 30-50% annualized cash premium and give myself a 14% cushion (won't lose money unless stock closes below Strike plus premium).  If you have the wherewithal, set a sell contract on ES below 1920 for additional piece of mind.

By doing this, you are protecting yourself somewhat for a downside move, and you are not really missing anything if we bust to new highs (which is less than 15% away).  Something to think about.

My best read going into next week is Monday/Tuesday flat to down (Monday is last POMO). Wednesday through Friday higher, and then we go and test the lows again.  If I am wrong, I am harvesting, if I am delayed I am harvesting, If I am right, I will buy VXX at ES 1920 and lower and abandon the call writing/put selling until I get another buy signal on the market.

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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Wow

Well, my thesis for a sell off was a week off, but be that as it may in my view the volatility index is overdone and buying UVXY puts this week should pay off handsomely.  If the market is down on Monday, buy them at the end of the day, and look at the $30-32 area.  Go out to the week four October expiration.  A small investment will pay off well enough, and not be too painful if I am wrong.  Here are some charts that is driving my view.  Enjoy.

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Calm Before the Storm

I have been increasing my focus on trading volatility as it seems to respond very well to my signals.  Last week was no exception.  Had a good UVXY put trade, and XIV position trade.  Going into this week, it appears that my signal indicates further selling of volatility.  My view is the sell off is not done, and with a strong dollar earnings are going to struggle and should see more selling going into the middle of the month.

I will move my stop up on XIV, and trim all week into further strength.  I also am going to post a weekly chart of my Vol trade.  I am looking to turn $50,000 into $500,000 in five years only trading XIV and VXX without margin.  I will post my UVXY put trades but won't count them in the chart.

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

VXX Watch

It looks like we have another VXX shorting opportunity ahead of us.  VXX touched the top of its downward sloping channel and fell away.  If it breaks below that trend line we are set up for a nice trade.  However, if we push higher this week, we are setting up for a very nice short trade.

VXX struggles outside of its channel.



Sunday, September 7, 2014

Perspective

Now that the Fed is continuing their wind down of asset purchases, can we expect to see a market cliff dive?  From a mathematical standpoint, the answer is no.  Earnings yields on the S&P is 5.04%, with earnings expected to increase 7.34% over the next 12 months.  Compared with a 10 yield of 2.43%, statistically we can expect another 10% higher in the S&P over the next 12 months.

Debt levels are now over their long term average, but earnings are outpacing interest costs so party on Garth.  Obviously the debt burden combined with an inabilty to service the interest at a higher rate will kill the bull, but not this earnings season.  Perversely, the Fed walking away will force banks to take on more risk, and they look at these models and see that there is some more blood in these corporate rocks to squeeze.

We remain in buy the dip mode, with an expectation that we will see a more sine wave look to the market to give us some nice trading opportunities.

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