It looks bad for being short biotech and maybe it is.
However, as we’ll see below, the leveraged inverse fund LABD, could be completing its reversal set-up.
As of this post, from yesterday’s low to today’s high, the Dow has moved over 1,000-pts.
It’s what happens next that’s important.
Weak shorts are probably terrified, have covered, now wondering what went wrong.
So, let’s take a look at the short position on biotech SPBIO, and see if it really is ‘wrong’ (not advice, not a recommendation).
SPBIO, Leveraged Inverse Fund LABD, Daily
What we can see (above) is that LABD, is following the Wyckoff Schematic near exact for a spring set-up.
It’s just that today’s move is especially sharp and so one would think the set-up has failed … not so fast.
Another reason to think we’re completing a test of the spring, is below. Today is Fibonacci Day 34, from the high (low on SPBIO), set on September 26th.
We also have a potential trading channel as well.
As this post is being created, LABD is hovering at its lows; currently (as of 1:30 p.m., EST) trading at 19.89
Yesterday was an important day but it was not obvious, and not (yet) directly related to the markets.
A report was released on ZeroHedge (link here) which essentially confirms what some of us in the proletariat have known for years … if not decades.
It’s now out in the mainstream.
How long before the ‘elephant’ makes its way there also?
If indeed we’re at a reversal test of biotech and if that test passes (SPBIO downside continues), the move has the potential to be historic.
Positions, Market Stance (courtesy only, not advice).
Price action blew through the stop located at 20.21 and is now hovering at those levels. The LABD position is being maintained but will likely be reduced in size as we head into the close (not advice, not a recommendation).
This sector and leveraged inverse LABD are highly volatile. Character of the market can change at any time.
LABD may be exited without notice.
Entry @ 19.88, 19.71, 21.23, 21.65, 22.16, 22.75 Stop @ 20.21
Note: Positions may be increased, decreased, entered, or exited at any time.
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