By Tim Knight
Well, some mixed emotions this morning. A lousy jobs report has gold soaring, the dollar crumbling, and the rally in equities zeroed out (for now). As I am typing the ES remains green, just barely, but there’s a lot of action elsewhere. I’ve got 48 short positions and am about 180% margined, so it could be a good day for the bears.
Crude oil in particular — almost always our friend – – has resumed its hard slide, and on an intraday basis, you can see that it’s not exactly looking great for our OPEC buddies:
The “sting” part is that I got stopped out of QID, DRIP, and FAZ yesterday. The QID isn’t a big deal, since it looks like NASDAQ is remaining strong. FAZ is also kind of a “meh”. But DRIP is one I suspect is going to recover mightily today. I scored a 20% profit on it, even having been stopped out, but I think my bearishness on energy is going to play out longer-term.Subscribe to NFTRH Premium for your 50-70 page weekly report (don't worry, lots of graphical content!), interim updates and NFTRH+ chart and trade ideas or the free eLetter for an introduction to our work. Or simply keep up to date with plenty of public content at NFTRH.com and Biiwii.com. Also, you can follow via Twitter @BiiwiiNFTRH, StockTwits, RSS or sign up to receive posts directly by email (right sidebar).