1/9 Analysis and Forecast of US Stocks in the Second Week of 2022! (Must see!)
Hello, everyone, I am Jiu Qianjun. Today is Sunday January 9, 2022, and tomorrow ushered in the second trading week of 2022. Last week, we said that SPY might be adjusted back.
If it doesn't fall below 464 next week, I think there will be a rebound in a high probability week. If it falls below 464, I personally suggest that everyone can wait and see.
The change options that can be paid attention to next week are as follows, which can be referred to in combination with K-line.
Transaction records of calling service in the first trading week of 2022
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Speaking of individual stocks, let's start with AAPL$Apple(AAPL)$Speaking of it, Apple closed at 172.19 last week, and fell too hard on Thursday and Friday, directly from the record high of 182. If it can't be effectively supported at 170 next week, I think it can be a little bearish, and it is expected to fall to 165-167. At present, 165 is a strong support at a small level. If it can break through 173-174 tomorrow, there will still be a chance to return to above 177 this week. I suggest to look at it in combination with SPY. After all, the performance of TECH technology-related sectors last week was not ideal.
AMZNLast week, it really didn't play well. The closing price was 3251. Since July last year, it has been sorting out in a large range. In November, it tested a record high but fell by more than 500 points all the way. If you can't support the position of 3242 next week, you may test 3188 downward. At that time, the selling may be more serious, even approaching the position of 3000. If I fall below 3242 within a day, I will consider buying put for speculation. If I break through 3300, I can buy some call for day trade within a day. Generally speaking, I don't recommend trading AMZN at this price until AMZN returns above 3600.
NVDA$NVIDIA Corp(NVDA)$Last week, it closed at 272.47. From December last year to now, NVDA has dropped by 76 points. In the past seven weeks, it has been a downward trend as a whole. If it cannot hold 272 next week, the target of the downward trend will be around 260. The situation of killing valuation is very obvious in these technology stocks. Moreover, 272 is also the starting point of the last position of jumping high. If this position can support (I tend to this situation), it should bounce back towards the position of 287-290 next week.
RBLX is one of my favorite stocks since October last year (after all, the last RBLX option I bought had a maximum return of 50 times). It closed at 84 last week and finally fell below 90. If I can't hold the position of 83 next week, I may fall below 80. At present, there is no suitable opportunity, and waiting for the market is the best choice.
TSLA$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$Last week, it closed at 1026. In the past week, it didn't fall all the way from 1208. There were still many empty double kills in the day, which was very difficult for traders to operate. If TSLA falls below 1000 this week, I think it will probably fall to around 950 in combination with the broader market. If it supports and rebounds around 1021, it is expected to sort out the shocks at this position. I don't recommend buying too many intra-week options at present until the bottom of a small level is established.
QQQ closed around 380 last week. It seems that this position is another support rebound when it falls straight. It will hold and then rebound with high probability. If it falls below 370, be careful. It is expected to sprint 392 when it returns to 388 before next Wednesday. The key point is to see if it can be held at the support level of 379. Before that, don't do too much easily.
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