September S&P E-mini Futures: The ES is stuck in a 2820-44 trading range. A downside breakout would carry to 2791. An upside breakout would carry to 2878 or above. Right now I have no clue which will occur first. But I remain confident that the ES will trade above its January top of 2878.50 during the next few weeks. By the end of the year the 3100 level is still plausible target.
QQQ: Support is 175 and the upside target is now 190.
TNX (ten year note yield): Support remains at 2.70%. Next upside target is 3.50%. Rising interest rates are good news for the stock market because they signify that confidence in future growth is being restored. This in turn means that investors will try to put the huge supply of central bank liquidity to work in risky assets. This process will drive world wide stock market prices higher.
Euro-US Dollar: It is likely the Euro bear market has resumed. Ultimately it is likely to carry the Euro back down to its 103 low.
Dollar-Yen: A swing up to 117 is likely.
West Texas Crude Oil: Support is 65. The 72-74 zone was strong resistance but has been breeched once already. I expect more selling at 78 but if this resistance fails crude will be headed for 87.
Gold: The 1210-15 zone is still support but is looking shaky. Resistance above the market is at 1240. If 1210-15 support fails the next stop will be 1150.
Silver: Resistance is at 18.50. Silver is headed for 13.00 and below.
Google: GOOG has reached the 1250 target. Support now is at 1175. Next upside target is 1400.
Apple: AAPL is headed for 250.
Facebook: FB got to within a point of its 220 upside target and then collapsed on earnings news. Support is at 150. I think FB will move to new highs before this bull market is over.
Twitter: TWTR is likely to hold support at 30. I think TWTR has a good shot at returning to its historical high just below 75 by the end of the year.
Alibaba: BABA should rally to 215 and then to 250 over the coming months. Support is 175.
Visa: Headed for 145. Support is 135.