Major averages were roughly flat to up on lower volume. Some Chinese names took a hit ahead of the meeting with the President of China where they will discuss trade. Concerns have been centered around Trump's potentially aggressive trade policies with China which could aggravate markets. While Trump is a pragmatist, there may be undercut and rally type buying opportunities in Chinese names should more aggressive selling manifest.
Focus List Update
AMZN cleared the $900 Century mark yesterday on heavy buying volume. The stock is extended from its recent breakout but the move through 900 brings Jesse Livermore's Century Mark Buy Rule into play.
NTES broke below its 50-day moving average on heavy selling volume. While other Chinese names on the Focus List pulled in slightly in anticipation of the meeting between President Trump and China's President Xi Jinping, NTES' action was far more severe. This move also took the stock below the 278.80 of the prior buyable gap-up, which is a sell signal.
TSLA cleared the $300 price level yesterday on strong volume. While the stock is within range of a recent breakout from a three-year consolidation, the move through $300 brings the Livermore Century Mark Rule into play similar to AMZN.
A number of stocks on the Focus List have pulled into the 10-dma or 20-dema on light volume, including: BABA, COHR, FB, JD, MKSI, MOMO, NFLX, and SQ. That said, Chinese stocks MOMO and JD have been moving higher in a somewhat erratic manner.