Stock : PYPL* PAYPAL
The value has undergone a correction in the last session of 0.81%. The movement maintains a considerable upward slope. Watch out for a retracement below 289.9 as it would represent a significant correction within the current movement and a possible interesting buying point.
Active order: LONG
Stop loss 241.0 (Entry price: 259.8)
Medium term comment
Medium term commentary
The medium-term trend of the PYPL * price remains bearish this week. The security maintains a relative behavior equal to the MSCI World Index (MXN). Volatility has decreased in the last month. We should be vigilant for the presence of resistance 276.4, as it could lead to a halt in the recent price surge. The situation of the technical indicators (daily and weekly RSI), warns about the proximity of a floor (arrest of the decline) in the market. Watch out for possible bullish divergences in RSI that would confirm this scenario.
Stock : NFLX* NETFLIX
The value has undergone a correction in the last session of 0.14%. Despite the correction in recent sessions, the short trend is bullish and we could see an upward reaction below 535.4.
Active order: HOLD/BUY
BUY IF IT GOES UP FROM 605.1. STOP-LOSS: 544.64
Medium term comment
The mid-term price trend for NFLX * remains bearish this week. The security maintains a relative behavior equal to the MSCI World Index (MXN). Volatility has decreased in the last month. We should be vigilant for the presence of resistance 549.2, as it could lead to a halt in the recent price surge.
Once the H1 or H4 candle returns to retest the support of 1.3842 wait for confirmation of rejection in the support zone analyzing the rejection in M15, if the candlestick pattern confirms the rejection, I hope to enter purchases with SL below the last low and 2 levels of TP.
Once it reaches the first level, we enter with trade management, take partials and adjust to BE waiting for the continuation to the second TP.
looking at the chart I see a possible bullish harmonic Bat pattern near 1.6820-1.6800, possible first buy if the rules are met.
ultimate buy would be if the market keeps on falling toward 1.6700 I will look for a buy also near the zone
U.S. stocks are seen opening mixed in tight trading Wednesday, ahead of eagerly-awaited testimony from Fed chair Jerome Powell as well as more inflation data and fresh earnings from some of the country’s senior banks.
The Dow Futures contract was down just 6 points, or less than 0.1%, while S&P 500 Futures traded 3 points, or 0.1%, higher and Nasdaq 100 Futures gained 45 points, or 0.3%.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen head to Capitol Hill later Wednesday for the two-day semi-annual testimony on the state of the country’s monetary policy.
This comes a day after another stronger-than-expected consumer inflation report, and investors will be looking to see if this latest release changes his belief that inflation will be largely temporary in nature.
Ahead of this potential drama comes the release of producer price data for June, at 8:30 AM ET (1230 GMT), which is expected to have risen by a massive 6.8% on the year, a monthly gain of 0.6%.
In the corporate sector, the banking sector continues to dominate the second-quarter earnings season, with Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) getting the day off to a disappointing start, ahead of releases from Citigroup (NYSE:C) and Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) before the market opens.
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) started the ball rolling on Tuesday, and while they both reported strong headline numbers, underlying profitability at both was seen as flattered by one-offs.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) will also report earnings before the markets open, and the market will be looking for commentary on the outlook for travel demand, and prospects for the return of business travel at a time when Covid-19 infections have started to surge again.
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) will also be in the spotlight following a Bloomberg report that the tech giant has asked suppliers for 90 million iPhones this year, a 20% jump from the shipments in 2020.
Elsewhere, oil prices edged lower Wednesday after China’s crude imports fell 3% in the first half of the year, raising concerns about slowing demand at the world’s top importer.
That said, the market remains at elevated levels after the American Petroleum Institute reported that U.S. crude inventories slid by more than 4 million barrels last week. This would be an eighth straight weekly draw, the longest run of declines since January 2018, if confirmed by government figures later on Wednesday.
At 7 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.6% lower at $74.77 a barrel, after climbing 1.6% Tuesday, while the Brent contract fell 0.7% to $75.99, after gaining 1.8% in the previous session.
Additionally, gold futures rose 0.4% to $1,816.95/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.1782.