3 Big Signs the Bulls Are Back… Plus My Top Stock and Option Pick

by | Jun 8, 2022 | Market Updates

U.S. stock futures traded lower this morning despite two consecutive days of gains on Wall Street — and more in Wednesday’s stock market recap.

Even though the Federal Reserve will soon make its decision whether or not to raise interest rates again in the next week or so, the iShares 20-Plus Year Treasury Bond ETF (Nasdaq: TLT) still remains choppy. The fact that the long bond isn’t reacting in a bad way to this is a bullish sign for stocks. 

I believe the bond market will eventually break lower. But the slower it does so, the more time it gives the market to recover. And the more time stocks have to recover, the less of a chance we’ll spiral into a recession. 

In other words, the bond market’s recent price action buys us some time… 

The Consumer Price Index report, which measures the change in prices paid for goods and services by consumers, comes out on Friday. If the CPI shows a slight reprieve, it’ll be positive signs that the worst inflationary pressure is behind us. 

In this morning’s stock market recap video, I’ll show you the three signs telling me that the market is stabilizing… the biggest Fed report to watch out for this week… an update on volatility and the bond market… key levels to pay attention to on small caps… the top stock with global exposure… and one bottom stock that’d make a nice short hedge. 

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P.S. The stock market downturn started off looking bad for young investors. But after years of damage, it’s become a struggle for everyone… 

My friend’s 401(k) has fallen 30%, and I’m willing to bet you or someone you know is in a similar boat. 

And what I’m finding with most traders right now is they have zero confidence — they’re downright scared to even move a dime. 

More than anything right now, retail traders need help and education…  

That’s why I’m hosting a private workshop at 9 a.m. EDT on Saturday, June 11, so I can show everyone how I’ve remained focused during these times, and how they can stitch up their pockets for the future. 

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P.P.S. When it comes to trading, every second counts. And in choppy markets like these, often driven by headlines, stocks can make big moves in a flash.

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Stock Market Recap: By the Numbers

This morning’s stock market futures recap: 

DOW (mini)

  • Close: 33,180.14.
  • Futures: 32,979.
  • Change: -186.

S&P 500 (mini)

  • Close: 4,160.68.
  • Futures: 4,139.
  • Change: -19.75.

NASDAQ (mini)

  • Close: 12,711.68.
  • Futures: 12,659.25.
  • Change: -54.25.

RUSSELL (mini)

  • Close: 1,919.56.
  • Futures: 1,908.5.
  • Change: -10.1.

Note: Updated as of 9:21 a.m. EDT.

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WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

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Roger Scott

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