Total Alpha Trading: Jump on the week – GLD and the SPY

The last 72 hours brought us tighter border restrictions, a series of US deaths, and an admission that it’s not a matter of if…but when the Coronavirus outbreak hits our country.

This week’s Jump starts where the market decline ended – a global pandemic.

Here’s a quick recap of notable events:

  • 86,022 infections and 2,942 deaths bring the mortality rate up from 2% to 3.4%, putting it more in-line with SARS.
  • South Korea cases jumped to 3,150, 1,128 in Italy, 593 in Iran, and 241 in Japan.
  • Five Iranian government officials tested positive for the disease, showing the virus cares little about social status.
  • Washington state was hit with its first case while California found the first infection from an unknown origin.
  • The FDA authorized private labs to develop tests after a bungled rollout from the CDC earlier in the week.
  • 3M is producing surgical masks to help prevent the spread.
  • Companies around the globe can’t yet quantify the impact of their broken supply chains.
  • Federal Reserve officials stood ready to cut rates to help markets.

When you lay it all out there against stretched valuations, is it any wonder the market cracked like an egg?



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Major Markets Unwind

A pullback was inevitable. But, with passive investing at all-time highs, last week was more than a normal selloff. What we saw was the forced liquidations and major unwindings of positions.

How do I know?

Take a look at gold for starters. The safety trade did well to start the week, only to collapse with equities.

GLD Hourly Chart

My second clue comes from the volume. Average daily volume in the SPY sat around 63 million shares for most of the last year. This week had no days with less than 160 million shares traded, culminating with a whopping 385.2 million exchanged on Friday.

SPY Hourly Chart

Friday’s volume was the most the SPY has seen in a single day since August 24th, 2015, when volume spiked over 500 million shares.

Every other time we’ve seen close to 350 million shares traded in the SPY it typically marked a bottom for a while. Chances are that we saw capitulation to end last week. But that doesn’t mean the market decline is over.

Will likely see a steady drip of news related to the pandemic for weeks if not months. Most of it will only provide incremental information to digest. Any announcements from companies that lower guidance should be treated seriously. Those have a tendency to move markets.

The only real solution to this market downturn would be a potential treatment for the virus. No amount of intervention from the federal reserve will stem the bleeding in equities. As cases mound in the United States and the developed world, watch for news about the closing of schools and businesses. The longer the disruptions occur, the more of a hit the market will take.

While the democratic primaries would normally hold the focus, I don’t think they hold a candle to the pandemic. It’s certainly worth paying attention to how things progress for moderate and liberal candidates. But until the coronavirus recedes from view, this will only be background noise.

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Stocks I want to bet against…

(none), ZM (Mar 4) , TDOC (May 5)

Stocks I want to buy…

DIS (May 13), MJ (none), UNG (none), XLE (none), WDAY (Feb 27), PTON (May 6), TWLO (May 3), UVXY (none), BYND (Feb 17), PBR (Feb 26), OLED (Feb 20), V (Apr 22), PINS (May 21), IRBT (Apr 28), SHAK (Feb 24), DPZ (May 20), GOOGL (May 4), CVNA (Feb 26), COST (Mar 5), CMG (Apr 22), NFLX (April 21), AMZN (Apr 23), AMD (May 5), UBER (Jun 4), GDX (none)


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This Week’s Calendar

Monday, March 2

  •  9:445 AM EST – Markit US Manufacturing PMI
  • 10:00 AM EST – Construction Spending and ISM Manufacturing for February
  • Major Earnings:  Everi Hldgs Inc (EVRI), GreenSky Inc (GSKY), Intrepid Potash Inc (IPI), Livongo Health Inc (LVGO), Allscripts Healthcare Solution (MDRX), PTC Therapeutics Inc (PTCT), Boingo Wireless Inc (WIFI), Diversified Healthcare (DHC), Evergy Inc (EVRG), Amicus Therapeutics Inc (FOLD), GTT Communications Inc (GTT), Intra-Cellular Therapies Inc (ITCI), Dentsply Sirona Inc (XRAY)

Tuesday, March 3rd

  • 7:45 AM EST – ICSC Weekly Retail Sales
  • 4:30 PM EST – API Weekly Inventory Data
  • Major earnings: Ambarella Inc (AMBA), Cornerstone Building Brands In (CNR), Cytokinetics Inc (CYTK), Health Insurance Innovations (HIIQ), Nordstrom Inc (JWN), Ross Stores (ROST), Urban Outfitters (URBN), Veeva Systems Inc (VEEV), Yext Inc (YEXT), CHF Solutions Inc (CHFS), Intl Game Tech PLC (IGT), Kohl’s Corp (KSS), Target Corp (TGT)

Wednesday, March 4

  • 7:00 AM EST – MBA Mortgage Applications Data
  • 8:15 AM EST – ADP Employment Change February
  • 9:45 AM EST – Markit US Services & Composite February Final
  • 10:00 AM EST – ISM Non-Manufacturing Index February
  • 10:30 AM EST – Weekly DOE Inventory Data
  • Major earnings: Abercrombie & Fitch Co’A’ (ANF), Campbell Soup (CPB), Dollar Tree Inc (DLTR), Owens & Minor Inc (OMI), Photronics, Inc (PLAB), American Eagle Outfitters Inc (AEO), Guidewire Software Inc (GWRE), Marvell Tech Grp (MRVL), Ping Identity Holding Corp (PING), Pinduoduo Inc (PDD), Splunk Inc (SPLK), Zoom Video Communications (ZM)

Thursday, March 5

  • 8:30 AM EST – Weekly Jobless & Continuing Claims
  • 8:30 AM EST – Non-Farm Productivity & Unit Labor Costs Q4 Final
  • 10:00 AM EST – Factory & Durable Goods Orders January Final
  • 10:30 AM EST – EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data
  • Major earnings: ADT Inc (ADT), American Outdoor Brands Corp (AOBC), Costco Wholesale Corp (COST), Funko Inc (FNKO), Block (H&R) (HRB), Montage Resources Corp (MR), Okta Inc Cl A (OKTA), Renewable Energy Grp Inc (REGI), Biocryst Pharm’l (BCRX), BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings (BJ), Burlington Stores Inc (BURL), Ciena Corp (CIEN), Kroger Co (KR), Tech Data Corp (TECD)

Friday, March 6

  • 8:30 AM EST – Non-Farm, Private, and Manufacturing Payrolls for February
  • 8:30 AM EST – Unemployment Rate & Average Hourly Earnings For February
  • 1:00 PM EST – Baker Hughes Rig Count
  • Major earnings: Baxter Intl Inc (BAX)

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Jeff Bishop’s Covered Call Play in SPC – Total Alpha Trading Program

Did you know you can make money in this market without having to pick its direction?

I know it seems crazy—especially with the Dow dropping over 3,000 points…

But believe me, it is possible.

I want to dig into the trade I showed Total Alpha members: A covered call play in SPCE that took advantage of the crazy option volatility in the symbol.

SPCE Hourly Chart

Now, to some, the covered call is considered a conservative options strategy…

So you’re probably wondering why I would play it in such a volatile market…

The fact is, this strategy can be extremely lucrative when you play it correctly.

Selling calls into high implied volatility with a bullish chart (while being long the stock gives you a consistent trade that produces outsized returns).

Let me walk you through my thought process and how I structured this trade. I think you’ll be shocked at how much profits I captured.

As well as, how easy it is to replicate this strategy. One that I plan on trading more of, during this volatile stretch in the market.


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Starting Idea

As I scanned through stocks the past few weeks, I noticed SPCE breaking out to the upside. The stock displayed a lot of strength in what appeared to be a topping market. WIth everything else starting to flatline, a stock moving off a solid base caught my eye.

SPCE Hourly Chart

I liked the fact that price remained above the 200-period moving averaged, while never dipping below the 30-period moving average by much. Once I saw it breaking through the old highs, I figured it was time to take some action.

Typically, I would look to start trading calls at this point. The problem was the implied volatility was pretty high because the stock jumped around so much. That made options excessively expensive.

So, what do you do?

Using implied volatility to your advantage

Much as we’re seeing now, when implied volatility increases, so does the price of an option. In those environments, I want to be an option seller.

Remember – option prices come from three components: implied volatility, the distance between the strike and current price, and time to expiration.

Here’s something you may not know – puts and calls aren’t always priced the same. In fact, puts are usually more expensive for ETFs, while calls are pricier for stocks. This interesting phenomenon occurs because traders like to use ETFs to hedge their long portfolios, while stocks can go to infinity (in theory), which creates more upside risk.

Looking at this trade, I wanted to take advantage of selling the premium on the calls, but not take the risk of shorting naked options. When I looked at selling a put spread, it didn’t give me enough reward for the trade.

That’s where the covered call came in.

The setup

I entered this trade by taking the following actions:

  • Bought 5,000 shares of SPCE around $30
  • Sold 50 call contracts for almost $4.00 per contract expiring the following week at the $30 strike price.

Let’s think about the math there for a second. I got $4 for the calls, which means I collected $4.00 x 50 contracts x 100 shares per contract = $20,000!

My total investment for this trade was 5,000 shares x $30 = $150,000. That means I earned a return on my investment of $20,000 / $150,000 = 13.33% in one week!

Obviously, there are downsides to this method. First, I would leave any gains over $34 on the table. The stock made a high of over $42. That meant that I left 5,000 shares x ($42 – $34) = $30,000 of additional profits on the table.

Second, I’m only protected down to $26. If the stock decided to fall out from underneath me, then I would be stuck with the losses beyond that point. However, that’s a lot better than not having been paid that $4 per contract to reduce my risk.

When I looked at the trade, I wasn’t certain whether the stock would break out to new highs or crash back down to $16-$20. This setup offered me the highest reward while reducing my risk.

Now, when the stock moves ‘in-the-money’ (where share price exceeds the strike price for calls), I run the risk of options assignment. This normally occurs when stocks get deep-in-the-money and close to expiration.

When I get assigned an option, that means I would be forced to sell the counterparty the shares of stock. Since I own 5,000 shares of SPCE against my calls, I would just sell those shares to them at the strike price. This isn’t a bad thing, but it can come with a few extra fees.

Video recap

To give you a little more bonus material, here is a video recap where I go into more detail about the trade.

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Total Alpha Trading: Jeff Bishop’s GLD Trade Review

Sometimes as traders we get so caught up into individual stock stories that we forget about the big picture and the economy.

Not me.

I’ve been consistently collecting paychecks with long gold positions in the GLD ETF. Even as markets rose, this trade kept working for me week after week.

These profits from last Friday don’t include the call option premium I already collected.

Today, I want to dissect the trade for you and explain why it works, how I played it, what I expect going forward….And give you all a video trade review!

You see, there are times when trading gold can lead to fast and explosive profits. While others, you could be sitting in it for a long long time with nothing to show for it.

Find out what compelled me to jump in, and how we can profit from a trade like this in the future.


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What is the purpose of gold?

You’ve probably heard people talk about the ‘safety trade’ before. They’re referring to where traders and investors put money when they expect a selloff in equities. Typically, this includes bonds and precious metals. It can also include certain currencies as well.

Now, just because these are safety trades doesn’t mean they don’t trade independent of their own market influences. We see gold rise when countries add it to their coffers as well as when jewelry demand spikes. Many investors use it as a hedge against inflation since gold is denominated in dollars. You can see the disconnect in the run in gold back in 2012.

GLD Monthly Chart

The past couple of years we’ve seen gold build a base and move consistently higher. This comes as investors worry about central bank policies and equities around the globe. The unabated rise in US stocks didn’t help to allay fears that a potential crash was coming. With the Fed’s easy money policies, many traders and investors continue to expect inflation in the future.

The setup

Let’s start with the hourly chart for GLD looking back a couple of months.

GLD Hourly Chart

I marked the area where the stock broke above its previous highs. That was the time when I started to collect long calls. When a stock breaks above and closes above a previous high, that’s a sign of bullish momentum. Combined with price trading above the 200-period moving averages and the 13-period moving average trading above the 30-period moving average, gold was showing a lot of strength.

So I had a lot of reasons to go long gold, which is why I bought the $146 calls going out a month. That gave me time for the trade to work and a little bit of intrinsic value.

As the stock rose, it got near $150 before it fell. Then it came back up and topped out again. That was when I decided to sell call options against the ones that I held. But, I did short-dated expirations instead of the same expiration as the long options I held.

As the stock waffled around, the calls I sold expired, and I kept the full premium while still holding my long option. Effectively, that reduced the cost of my long call options.

So. I did it again. Now, the second set of calls I sold expired with the stock over the $150 strike price. That meant I still kept the premium, but I gave up any additional gains from my long calls past $150.

How I structured this trade

With an underlying bullish bias, I did what’s known as trading around a core position. That means while I would take long and short positions against gold, I always had a net long bias.

By now, you’ve probably heard me advocate for call credit spreads. Well, in this case, I did something slightly different. Let me explain.

In a call credit spread, I sell an option contract above the current price and buy another at a higher price to cap the trade. Both of these will have the same expiration.

However, this trade, I did things differently. I bought a call option on GLD that I held for over a month. Then I sold shorter-dated options above that call to give me a call debit spread.

Why would I do this?

Let’s first think about time decay. Time decay for an option increases at an exponential rate as you approach expiration. That means that the time decay for the shorter-dated call options I sold worked faster than the long-dated call I owned. This paid me more than if I simply bought a call option with the same expiration date as the one I sold.

Seems like a great idea. The thing is this isn’t as high of a probability as selling a credit spread. Any debit spread will always have a lower likelihood, all things being equal. Now, it is cheaper than only buying long calls. But, you cap your upside gains with the calls you sell.

Video Recap

To give you all a bit more love, I created a short video where I go over the trade from my perspective.

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Total Alpha Trading: Jeff Bishop’s Best Trading Day of 2020 [WATCH]

I’ve been using this strategy now for 20 years, and after last week, I can honestly say…

I have never been more convinced that this is the best strategy to make money in the stock market right now.

Here’s the evidence…

These profits all have 3 things in common. Can you guess what they are?



  1. Yes, they all came from my portfolio. That was an easy one…

  1. They were all made last week, in a single day. (+50,000 on the day)

  1. Most importantly, they were all made using this one, simple strategy.

If you look at those screenshots again, you’ll notice something – I’m profiting from stocks going higher and I’m profiting from stocks that are on their way down.

That’s right, this strategy is insulated from the whims of the market.

I recently taught five thousand traders about this strategy in a live training session.

I explained exactly how the strategy works and even gave my viewers an opportunity to start trading right alongside me using this very same strategy.

Let’s just say my invitation was well received…

It gets better…

For those that joined me, they saw this strategy put to work right in my live streaming portfolio the VERY NEXT DAY.

Now I’m sorry that you missed this opportunity, but here’s the good news…

I am posting a rebroadcast of this training session right now for a limited list of traders.

If you’re reading this email, that means you’re lucky enough to be on that list.


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Total Alpha Trading Top Stocks This Week [February 24th]

Is the market starting to crack or is this just one of those legendary buy the dip opportunities?

Here’s my take—despite a frothy market propped up by easy money, equities aren’t as overvalued as you might think. With the current price to earnings ratio at 23.77x, it fits within a historical trend that started back in the 1980’s.

Long before the Great Recession, valuations climbed steadily through the 80’s and 90’s. We only got in trouble when clear bubbles formed, and even then it could take years to play out.

Our recent growth has been shallow but predictable. Sure it’s exacerbated by low interest rates. However, most estimates show they boosted stocks by 20%.

The real danger lies in government debt. That’s where we start the jump this week; not on the obvious equity decline, but the lack of a bond breakout.


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Bonds steal your money

Most of us know that with higher bond prices and lower yields, savers hurt the most. But here’s something you probably weren’t aware of. Right now, the 10-year real interest rate is -0.15%.

Yes my friends, investing in U.S. government debt actually costs you money if you hold it until maturity.

So why would people keep at it? Central bank policy. Governments around the world continue their race to the bottom in hopes of devaluing their currencies. While many claim victory, the recent distribution of wealth has favored a smaller percentage of the wealthy than the broad economic indicators would suggest.

Last year, the Federal Reserve published data that noted how the top 1% share of wealth continues to increase at the expense of the next 9%, as well as the acceleration lower of the next 90%. That becomes somewhat evident when you look at the political environment juxtaposed against the increasing wealth of Jeff Bezos or Mark Zuckerberg.

And yet, the Federal Reserve wants to continue to push rates even lower. But their influence may be waning. Compare the breakouts of the TLT to GLD.

TLT Daily Chart

Bonds barely broke out above their previous highs and certainly had trouble sustaining that momentum throughout the day. Compare that to the GLD performance.

GLD Daily Chart

Not only did gold break out, it did so with a vengeance.

This can best be summed up through the outlook for politics in the coming weeks.



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Election mayhem

By the time you read this, the Nevada primary will already have finished. While the winner may be obvious, the likelihood of a contested convention frightens markets. Traders and investors want certainty.  A protracted fight that fractures one of the major political parties won’t soothe their fears.

Initially, markets discounted Bernie Sanders as a real contender given he didn’t win 2016. However, the closer we get to the convention, the more worried they become. Even if you like Sanders’ policies, the enormous lift they ask will take years to implement, much further than market participants are willing to look. That means the more likely a left-wing candidate comes to the presidency, the more likely markets will spook.

Super Tuesday adds a wrinkle into the mix as Michael Bloomberg jumps into the race, betting on data science to beat out his rivals. While he may do just that, I guarantee there will be sore feelings if he pulls one out through maneuvering through the system.

As candidates drop out of the race, we’ll likely see markets stabilize a bit more. But as we get into the summer months, volatility will start to expand if history has any say in the matter.

Coronavirus updates & market flash movements

Two black swans fly on the horizon. The first is the somewhat known Coronavirus epidemic. History says that it’s likely to flame out. But we have no way to know for certain. Companies from Apple to Tesla are already warning of supply chain issues.

We’ll likely get drips of information week after week. Most of it won’t do much unless it increases the likelihood of spreading globally or further disrupting the Chinese economy.

That’s likely more of the reason behind the QQQ hard declines relative to the SPY or IWM last week. Many of the companies that make up the Nasdaq 100 will feel some impact from Coronavirus related issues.

The second concern takes us back to Thursday. We saw a decent swing in the market. And yet, even the pundits couldn’t come up with an excuse as to why that happened. Most of them blamed the algos.

What worries me is the lack of any storyline behind the move. We all know that markets are organic systems run by vast networks of computer interactions. Not everything will be apparent all the time. But when you have an intraday decline of that magnitude, and no one can even point to a cause with even limited certainty, that should put up a red flag.

I’ll be keeping an eye on the market these next few weeks, looking for any technical issues that could arise. And you can bet I’ll point them out to you.

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Stocks I want to bet against…

NFLX (April 21), AMZN (Apr 23), AMD (May 5), UBER (Jun 4), GOOGL (May 4), CVNA (Feb 26), COST (Mar 5), CMG (Apr 22)

Stocks I want to buy…

DIS (May 13), MJ (none), UNG (none), XLE (none), WDAY (Feb 27), LK (??), PTON (May 6), TWLO (May 3), TLT (none), UVXY (none), BYND (Feb 17), PBR (Feb 26), OLED (Feb 20), V (Apr 22), PINS (May 21), IRBT (Apr 28), SHAK (Feb 24), CVM (May 12), DPZ (May 20)


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This Week’s Calendar

Monday, February 24th 

  •  8:30 AM EST – Chicago Fed National Activity Index January
  • 10:30 AM EST – Dallas Fed Manufacturing Activity for February
  • Major Earnings: Carter’s Inc (CRI), Epizyme Inc (EPZM), Kosmos Energy Ltd (KOS), Merit Medical Systems (MMSI), Sabra Healthcare REIT, Inc. (SBRA), iStar Inc (STAR), Apple Hospitality REIT Inc (APLE), Apergy Corp W/I (APY), Arlo Technologies Inc (ARLO), Centennial Res Dev Inc Cl A (CDEV), Clovis Oncology Inc (CLVS), Guardant Health Inc (GH), Halozyme Therapy Inc (HALO), HP Inc (HPQ), Hertz Global Hldgs (HTZ), Intuit Inc (INTU), Keysight Tech Inc (KEYS), Kratos Defense & Security Sol (KTOS), New York Mortgage Trust Inc (NYMT), Oceaneering Intl Inc (OII), Oneok Inc (OKE), Palo Alto Networks Inc (PANW), Rent-A-Center (RCII), SailPoint Tech Hldg Inc (SAIL), Shake Shack Inc (SHAK), Tenet Healthcare (THC), Tandem Diabetes Care Inc (TNDM), Xenia Hotels & Resorts Inc (XHR)

Tuesday, February 25th  

  • 7:45 AM EST – ICSC Weekly Retail Sales
  • 9:00 AM EST – House Price Purchase Index for 4th Quarter & S&P CoreLogic Case Shiller December
  • 10:00 AM EST – Consumer Confidence for February
  • 4:30 PM EST – API Weekly Inventory Data
  • Major earnings: American Tower Corp (AMT), Chimerix Inc (CMRX), Mr. Cooper Group Inc (COOP), Denbury Resources (DNR), Evolus Inc (EOLS), Entercom Communications Corp A (ETM), Home Depot Inc (HD), Intercept Pharmaceuticals Inc (ICPT), Iridium Communications Inc (IRDM), Lumber Liquidators Hldgs Inc (LL), Cheniere Energy (LNG), Mallinckrodt Pub Ltd Co (MNK), MannKind Corporation (MNKD), Realogy Hldg Corp (RLGY), US Silica Hldg Inc (SLCA), Starwood Ppty Trust Inc (STWD), Tupperware Brands Corp (TUP), Welbilt Inc (WBT), Wolverine World Wide (WWW), B&G Foods Inc (BGS), Inc (CRM), Caesars Entertainment Corp (CZR), Easterly Gov Pptys Inc (DEA), Delek US Holdco Inc (DK), Enlink Midstream LLC (ENLC), Evolent Health Inc (EVH), Exelixis Inc (EXEL), Infinera Corp (INFN), Iovance Biotherapeutics Inc (IOVA), MoneyGram Intl (MGI), MacroGenics Inc (MGNX), Matador Resources Co (MTDR), Outfront Media Inc (OUT), Pennsylvania Real Es Inv Trust (PEI), Planet Fitness Inc (PLNT), Insulet Corporation (PODD), Pub Storage (PSA), The RealReal Inc (REAL), Rayonier Advanced Mats Inc (RYAM), SmileDirectClub Inc (SDC), Virgin Galactic (SPCE), Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc (SUPN), Toll Brothers (TOL), Unisys Corp (UIS), Weingarten Rlty Invst (WRI), WW International Inc (WW)

Wednesday, February 26th 

  • 7:00 AM EST – MBA Mortgage Applications Data
  • 10:00 AM EST – New Home Sales January
  • 10:30 AM EST – Weekly DOE Inventory Data
  • Major earnings: Ameren Corp (AEE), AMC Networks Inc Cl A (AMCX), Box, Inc (BOX), Inc (CARS), Chesapeake Energy Corp (CHK), Physicians Realty Trust (DOC), Element Solutions Inc (ESI), Natl Vision Hldgs Inc (EYE), Horizon Therapeutics PLC (HZNP), Lowe’s Cos, Inc (LOW), Liberty Media Corp A SiriusXM (LSXMA), Momenta Pharmaceuticals (MNTA), Moderna Inc (MRNA), Nisource Inc (NI), Oasis Petro Inc (OAS), Office Depot (ODP), Papa John’s Intl (PZZA), Sabre Corp (SABR), Sinclair Broadcast Grp’A’ (SBGI), SeaWorld Entertainment Inc (SEAS), Smucker (J.M.) (SJM), Stratasys Ltd (SSYS), TJX Companies (TJX), VEREIT Inc (VER), The Wendy’s Co (WEN), Wyndham Destinations Inc (WYND), ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc (ACAD), Adaptive Biotech Corp (ADPT), Apache Corp (APA), Biomarin Pharmaceutical (BMRN), Crown Castle Intl Corp (REIT) (CCI), CoreLogic Inc (CLGX), Mack-Cali Realty (CLI), Callon Petro (CPE), Carvana Co Cl A (CVNA), Editas Medicine Inc (EDIT), Equitable Holdings Inc (EQH), Etsy Inc (ETSY), L Brands, Inc. (LB), Marriott Int’l Cl A (MAR), MEDNAX Inc (MD), Nutanix Inc Cl A (NTNX), Natera Inc (NTRA), Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc (PTLA), The Rubicon Project Inc (RUBI), Square Inc (SQ), Sarepta Therapeutics Inc (SRPT), Extended Stay America Inc (STAY), Teladoc Health Inc (TDOC), Tutor Perini Corporation (TPC), Universal Health Svcs (UHS), Upwork Inc (UPWK), Viking Therapeutics Inc (VKTX)

Thursday, February 27th 

  • 8:30 AM EST – Weekly Jobless & Continuing Claims
  • 8:30 AM EST – GDP, Personal Consumption, Core PCE Q4, and Durable Goods January
  • 10:30 AM EST – EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data
  • 11:00 AM EST – Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Activity February
  • Major earnings: Atara Biotherapeutics Inc (ATRA), Best Buy (BBY), Clear Channel Outdoor Hldgs (CCO), Chico’s Fas (CHS), Centerpoint Energy (CNP), Crocs Inc (CROX), Dell Tech Inc (DELL), Discovery Inc Ser A (DISCA), Equitable Resources (EQT), Equitrans Midstream Corp W/I (ETRN), Flir Systems (FLIR), Gannett Co Inc (GCI), Keurig Dr Pepper Inc (KDP), Laureate Education Inc (LAUR), Nielsen Hldgs Plc (NLSN), NRG Energy Inc (NRG), Intellia Therapeutics Inc (NTLA), OGE Energy Corp (OGE), Quanta Svcs (PWR), ServiceMaster Glbl Hldgs Inc (SERV), Stericycle Inc (SRCL), Sempra Energy (SRE), Whiting Petrol Corp (WLL), Washington Prime Grp Inc (WPG), Applied Optoelectronice Inc (AAOI), Axon Enterprise Inc (AAXN), Acadia Healthcare Co, Inc (ACHC), Autodesk, Inc (ADSK), AMC Entertainment Hldg Inc (AMC), American Homes 4 Rent (AMH), Beyond Meat Inc (BYND), CareDx Inc (CDNA), Continental Resources Inc (CLR), Edison Intl (EIX), Live Nation Entertainment, Inc (LYV), MBIA Inc (MBI), Monster Beverage Corporation (MNST), MasTec Inc (MTZ), Mylan NV (MYL), Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR), NeoPhotonics Corporation (NPTN), Occidental Petro Corp (OXY), Pure Storage Inc Cl A (PSTG), RealPage Inc (RP), Range Resources (RRC), Sunrun Inc (RUN), comScore Inc (SCOR), Switch Inc (SWCH), The Trade Desk Inc Cl A (TTD), VMWARE Inc (VMW), Workday Inc (WDAY), Western Midstream Partners LP (WES), WPX Energy Inc (WPX)

Friday, February 28th

  • 8:30 AM EST – Personal Income & Spending, PCE for January
  • 9:45 AM EST – Chicago PMI for February
  • 10:00 AM EST – University of Michigan Confidence Survey February
  • 1:00 PM EST – Baker Hughes Rig Count
  • Major earnings: AES Corp (AES), Colony NorthStar Inc (CLNY), EOG Resources (EOG), Foot Locker (FL), Vistra Energy Corp (VST), Wayfair Inc (W)

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