Delta: High Flying Stock

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Another week of hand wringing and technical levels violated by the major averages have the market on the defensive and in deeply oversold territory. There was a complete collapse in the semiconductor sector, which had been a stalwart of leadership all of 2021, but sentiment abruptly turned bearish and selling pressure swept through the chip stocks after hammering the high price-to-sales stocks for most of January. 

Solid earnings from Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) have helped to stem the bleeding in the tech patch, but there is clearly a change in what tech stocks the market wants to own going forward. Namely, legacy companies with next-generation innovations where price-earnings ratios are generally low – like under 20x. And even then, there has been a huge loss of trust that takes time to restore in the vaunted tech space. Until then, I expect continued volatility to remain elevated. 


Friday’s session was the first sign of encouragement that traders could latch onto as the market opened down hard and put in a mid-day reversal higher. This is a probable sign that the market is groping for a bottom as both SPY and QQQ are holding their climax lows set this past Monday. The market isn’t out of the woods yet, but it is a constructive pattern shaping up. 

The $SPY remained volatile and range bound. The $SPY has been trading between $420 and $440 and closed at $435, below the 200 DMA. The value/reflationary closed lower, down 0.2%, below the 50 DMA. The technology sector ($QQQ) is below the 200 DMA, closed down at 347, and near the October low.

The $DXY continued to trade higher and broke through the recent highs. The $DXY is overbought and should pullback in the next 1-2 weeks. The $TLT traded higher, up 1.9%, and closed below the 200 DMA, near the recent lows. The $VIX traded closed at the 29 levels. 

The $SPY short-term support level is at $420 (key long-term support), followed by $400. The SPY overhead resistance is at $460. 

The $QQQ's second wave of the sell-off is approaching the end and traded at the October low, on the extreme spike in the volatility and volume. The worst-case scenario would be a marginal break of the October low, $350 is still on the table. I would be a seller of the high beta stocks into the rallies and continue rotating the portfolio into the value stocks ($XLE, $XLI, and $XLF). 

The $VIX has finally reached the "extreme" levels, and one should expect $SPY to start the rebound toward the $460 level this week or next

I would consider rebalancing portfolio at this time and have an overall market BULLISH portfolio. I do expect the $SPY's sell-off to come to an end in the next 1-2 weeks, followed by a rebound in the next 1-2 months. The FED meeting announcement initially put the market on the defensive but is beginning to stabilize heading into the weekend.

"BUY" signal based on the Aggressive Power Trader Portfolio for tomorrow is at $425 level using SPY and the "SELL" signal is at $438 for short-term traders.

If you are trading options, consider selling premium with April and May expiration dates. 

Based on our models, the market (SPY) will trade in the range between $400 and $470 for the next 2-4 weeks.  


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In light of the spread of Omicron, which has kept a wet blanket on the travel sector, recent bookings data for summer flights are at pre-pandemic levels. Several airlines are guiding to an upbeat summer travel season and the data surrounding Omicron is looking more favorable this past week, providing for some renewed optimism about the travel sector. 

When looking at the subsectors of the broader travel sector, it can be divided up into lodging, cruise lines, airline, and travel services. Today, I want to place some focus on the airline industry, where recent data suggests this sector is due to “take off” – pun fully intended. But seriously, after several false starts due to Covid, airline stocks are cheap. 

From a sector standpoint, the U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) is best suited for those that want to avoid single stock risk and yet get nearly the same level of beta from an ETF that owns all the quality names in the space – the top 10 holdings accounting for about 57% of assets.

Looking at the one-year chart below, I would contend that a constructive double-bottom formation is developing within the larger pattern that could have shares of JETS trade back up to its 200 DMA, followed by an upside breakout to $23.