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“I hate the idea of trends. I hate imitation; I have a reverence for individuality.” – Clint Eastwood

Morning stock market summary

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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and President Biden have reached an agreement on the debt ceiling that they can get through the House and Senate and onto the President’s desk within the June 5th deadline.  Futures are higher this morning in reaction, but the continued run in tech stocks on the back of NVIDIA’s (NVDA) monster gains last week has the Nasdaq leading the way.  NVDA is up about 4% in the pre-market putting it on pace to be the first semiconductor company to reach the trillion dollar valuation threshold.  Dow futures are actually modestly lower as anything not tech-related continues to trade heavily.

With Monday being a holiday, we’re kicking off the week with a relatively large data slate this morning as Case Shiller housing data will be released at 9 AM, followed by Consumer Confidence at 10 AM, and the Dallas Fed report at 10:30. The rest of the week will also be busy capped off with the jobs report on Friday.

This morning’s trading is an exact continuation of last week which was an exact continuation of the ‘haves and have nots’ trade that’s been in place all year as the sectors which have been leading this year continued to lead while everything else lagged.  The only three sectors that traded higher last week – Technology, Communication Services, and Consumer Discretionary – are also the only three sectors that are up more than 1% on the week (they’re all up over 15%), and the only three sectors trading above their 50-day moving average (DMA). Besides being above their 50-DMAs, all three are also trading in overbought territory with the Technology sector trading at its most overbought levels since 2004!

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