The stock market has had nearly a straight-up move since Christmas Eve. Technology stocks have been especially strong.
After the big move, here is the key question for technology investors: “Should you buy, add, sell, trim or even short-sell specific tech stocks now?” The best tool to help answer the question is to look at segmented money flows. Let’s explore with the help of a chart.
Please click here for the chart showing segmented money flows in 11 popular tech stocks. Due to the popularity of these stocks, it makes sense to look at them in addition to Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA and broad ETFs such as S&P 500 ETF SPY, Nasdaq 100 ETF QQQ and small-cap ETF IWM. Please note the following:
• As the chart shows, smart money flows — those from professional investors — are very positive in only two popular tech stocks: Alibaba BABA and Facebook FB.
• Smart money flows are positive in Intel INTC. In contrast, they are neutral in AMD AMD and Nvidia NVDA among semiconductor stocks.
• Smart money flows are mildly positive in Microsoft MSFT, and Google GOOG, GOOGL.
• None of these popular tech stocks are attracting extremely positive smart money flows.
• The smart money is selling only one stock among popular tech stocks. Smart money flows are mildly negative in Netflix NFLX. By contrast, momo crowd money flows — those from average investors — are very positive in Netflix.
• Smart money flows are neutral in Apple AAPL, Amazon AMZN and Tesla TSLA.
A short squeeze occurs when short sellers either panic or are compelled to buy to cover shares that were previously short sold. This leads to a lot of artificial buying that is not based on fundamentals….Read more at MarketWatch.
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