22 February 2023 – 09:24 Central Euro Time

Yesterday’s early leaders are today’s early losers, both Copper and Oil at present below their respective Neutral Zones; the balance of the BEGOS Markets are within same, and volatility is light. Yesterday’s MoneyFlow decline was on par with that for the S&P itself, however there has yet to be substantive “fear” in the selling to this point; as noted yesterday, the Spoo’s linear regression trend whilst still positive has nearly rotated to negative (see Market Trends) which could induce more fear-oriented selling near-term. Too, the yield on the S&P 500 is now 1.695% vs. that for the 3-month T-Bill of 4.688%. As for Gold, despite further geo-political stirrings, price remains content in dealing with the 1851-1798 support zone, even as Friday’s 1st RUS/UKR war anniversary approaches; and as oft pointed out, geo-political Gold price spikes tend to wane in full shortly thereafter.