Hotline Sample Report
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9/27/2022 9:55:02 AM Eastern Time
HEADING FOR THE HILLS
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Yesterday was ‘selling begets selling’ and once it got going, would-be buyers stayed in their bunkers. The Heat Map says it all.
Market breadth continues to be an unmitigated disaster and speaks to the panic.
Yes, this has been the worst new high-to-low ratio over the years, but this is the ugliest of 2022.
Moreover, the advance-decline ratio (ADR) has plunged.
The S&P 500 closed at a new 2022 low, and now we look at potential support from here. First, there could be some support around 3,600, but 3,517 then 3,388 stand out as key tests.
Meanwhile, everything is predicated on bond yields, which continue to run with reckless abandon.
10-Year Bond Yield
Key Recession Read Recedes
As if the Fed needed more ammo to go buck wild on hiking rates, the 10 Yr/3M (10Y3M) curve flattened yesterday, beating a hasty retreat from inverting.
The U.S. Dollar (USDXY) continues to be a juggernaut that’s crushing the stock market and corporate profits, but it’s also harming nations around the world. The Bank of Japan (BOJ) has intervened with the Yen, and the Bank of England (BoE) seems concerned about the Pound. The global intervention comes with political overtures.
The U.S. Dollar is swamping all other currencies.
The selling is on autopilot, and Fed officials will keep jawboning the market lower. Meanwhile, the great debate on the Street is shifting to earnings. Estimates have come down dramatically, but conventional wisdom says the estimates must come in even more – a lot more.
In regard to the consensus when the results are released, I think there will be a majority of beats, although with a very guarded guidance. How much of this is already baked into the cake? I’m not sure, but the pessimism and woe-is-me is over the top. But that is not enough to put on the brakes.
We are adding a new position to Technology in our Hotline Model Portfolio.
Durable goods orders declined for the second straight month, as the appetite continues to wane in an overall shift to the service economy.
But there was a nice pop in business investments +1.3% from +0.7% and consensus of +0.2%. This is important because part of our long term investor strategy is to ride the business investments that look to counter the wage spiral and talent-gap, as well as prepare businesses to compete in the fourth industrial revolution.
The stock market is extremely oversold, so the morning pop is welcomed. But the real test comes with how well equities hold up into the close.
Long Idea: Enphase Energy, Inc. (ENPH) @ $285.10
BACKGROUND: Enphase Energy, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, designs, develops, manufactures, and sells home energy solutions for the solar photovoltaic industry in the United States and internationally. The company offers semiconductor-based microinverter, which converts energy at the individual solar module level, and combines with its proprietary networking and software technologies to provide energy monitoring and control services. It also offers AC battery storage systems; Envoy communications gateway; and Enlighten cloud-based monitoring service, as well as other accessories. The company sells its solutions to solar distributors; and directly to large installers, original equipment manufacturers, strategic partners, and homeowners, as well as through its legacy product upgrade program or online store. Enphase Energy, Inc. was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.
SKINNY: We mentioned in our last live event that we were looking to get back in this name. It is a more volatile than typical idea. Estimates remain solid growing more than 50bps in the last 90 days. Revenue growth is very strong, the most recent quarter was +68% y/y and EBITDA margins are very strong at 28%. Our target $338.
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