Equities: US Markets have moved from late stage basing to Bull Alert status. Their prices have risen, bumping into their down trending long term-moving averages. The long-term moving average acts as a ceiling. If they break through, they need to keep going and not reverse due to selling pressure.
Markets and Tech and Consumer Discretionary sectors since mid July up a too much, too fast: expect pullback.
Bullish Market (price) alerts: on July 29, the Nasdaq Composite, Nasdaq 100 and the S&P 500 exceeded respective Bullish market alerts. Systemic Risk assessment (breadth indicators): on July 29, the Nasdaq Composite, Nasdaq 100 and the S&P 500 all on Bull alert.
Fixed Income The 10-year US Treasury Yield has fallen to 2.768%, down from June 13 peak of 3.483%. The 10-2 year Yield Curve remains inverted, spread widening to -0.31.
Currencies Currencies vs. US Dollar: The Euro trying to find a bottom at 1.02; the bullish US Dollar settled at 106.10