Here’s a look at today’s hybrid movers inside Exodus. The following names had a change greater than 25% in their respective hybrid score on Monday: CLICK HERE FOR SCREEN. Charts of interest here include:
Twitter takes a play from SnapChat and adds stickers in the upcoming update to the platform.
Twitter is introducing #Stickers, a new feature that lets you add tiny drawings or symbols — including silly hats and emoji — to the photos you tweet.
Rolling out on iOS and Android over the next few weeks, there will be hundreds of emoji, accessories and objects to stick on any of your photos. You can resize and rotate them, place them anywhere you like, and use as many as you want.
The stickers aren’t just for aesthetics — they also act as visual hashtags.
When you see a sticker on a photo, you can tap it and open up a new feed of photos that include that specific sticker, so you can see how else that sticker is being used in the Twitterverse. You can use a sticker as simple visual flair or to join in on a conversation.
Stickers have been making their way in one form or another across all the major social networks. Facebook introduced stickers in Messenger, which can now be used in comments, too.
Snapchat has stickers similar to Twitter’s new stickers in that you place them on photos or videos, although they’re not searchable in the way Twitter’s are. READ MORE
$TWTR is down 5% on the day.Comments »
Up to this point, the point of Brexit, the point of another possible collapse in the market, here are the very best stocks the market has to offer, courtesy of Exodus: CLICK HERE FOR THE TOP 100 RANKED STOCKS.
After the beating we took on Friday, most charts are damaged goods, other than gold & silver names of course. I’m in no rush to put money to work, but will look to daytrade a few names should we see some panic at the open.
It should be a fun week to trade, I’ll see most of you inside our trading room, 12631.
Note: Big news coming to 12631 members on July 4th. Stay tuned…Comments »
Here are the strongest industries week over week. It’s no surprise to see Gold & Silver on top, as they have been all year:
Here are the strongest individual hybrid movers inside Exodus, week over week:
And, here is a weekly view of the S&P 500, with 2020 pretty much the last line of defense for the bulls.
The circuit breakers kicked in during the overnight session, halting the S&P futures at 1999. Any guesses to where we open up?
You can throw your technical analysis book out the window at this point. Good luck out there. I’ll see you guys at the open.Comments »