Timing the Tape

Published on
January 10th, 2019
13 minutes

Timing the Tape

Trade Ideas ·
Featuring Mark Newton

Published on: January 10th, 2019 • Duration: 13 minutes

Mark Newton, CMT, president and founder of Newton Advisors, deconstructs his market outlook into three different time horizons as a means of piecing together where prices are headed. He then gives a short-term trade on the Russell 2000, and breaks down the key levels, in this interview with Justine Underhill. Filmed January 9, 2019.


  • DC
    Darren C.
    12 January 2019 @ 20:27
    I really like when you show charts during the interviews as it enhances the points the guest is making.
  • SM
    Stuart M.
    11 January 2019 @ 01:06
    Great trade idea and rationalization - also appreciate RealVision getting the turnaround time from filming to posting down to a day, really useful stuff!
  • DR
    David R.
    10 January 2019 @ 22:28
    I'm technically less pessimistic than Mark on US equities and here's why. The current snapback rally now has invalidated the possibility that the prior down wave ending Dec 24 was any worse than an ABC correction. Why? Because otherwise, if that down wave was a 1-2-3 impulse, then the current snapback (wave 4) cannot rise above the low of wave 1, right? Thus the meltdown must be ABC. At a higher degree, we're in a higher degree 4th wave since October to last many months, and given the foregoing this is more likely a a flat or triangle developing, which means a trader's market within ranges, rather than a big impulse to new lows. And then when this higher-degree 4th wave completes later this year or next, we get the final 5th wave to new record highs much later. Meanwhile, the dollar will likely be weak, which is a tailwind to US stocks, but the big money will be made in select EM markets (and already has been for awhile) as EM will substantially outperform US. The ill-conceived Trump sugar-high in the form of debt-funded tax cuts with which companies repurchased shares is largely responsible for 2018 US out-performance, and now the price will be paid with obscenely high US double deficits dragging on market performance as US finances look very banana-republic like now.
  • FK
    Firoze K.
    10 January 2019 @ 18:28
    Very much enjoy and appreciate Marks interviews. Always clear, concise and to the point. Right or wrong in a call his analysis has always been backed with logical reasoning. Thank you!
  • CM
    C M.
    10 January 2019 @ 16:31
    Well done video. Enjoy videos that have specific suggestions with good reasoning backing them up. Will see if he is right or wrong.
    • TB
      Tim B.
      10 January 2019 @ 16:49