11/10/15 10 20 am
Near close yesterday important weakness at significant price point signals S and P weakness near term.
If you bought sugar on the trendline crossover breakout in the 11-12 area sell longs at here at 14.00 –don’t go short.
9/23/15 10 30 AM
rally will be used by the pros to reshort the S and P 500 (SPY). No
leadership presently in any sectors and biotech looks very wounded.
9 10 PM
in the previous pivot of S and P 500 at 1987 was seen late last week,
and seems to be continuing in to the Sunday pm session.
10 40 am
Cover equity DJIA shorts for expected oversold rally.
*Update sent in at 5 AM
8/23/15 10 am
discussed, the DJIA failed on the last attempt at a high and turned
weak. It led the other US indices down. Now what? Weak Fridays on
a powerful spike down sometimes lead to "weekend buyer's remorse".
Weakness seasonally is due until about September 18. Monday could
very well see a rush to the exits, with trading halted. The entire
system of interrelated currencies and derivatives has had a large
amount of instability thrown at it all at once.
10 10 Am
Probable reversal again after last week's late intraday pop on S and P
and DJIA. New sells would likely appear close to 65 Day EMA.
July 31.2015 11 45 am
Don’t stay short the SPY or DJIA! Trade is crowded!
Sugar failed at the 12.68 breakout. That is why we wait patiently for
longer term trendlines to be violated. The coffee pattern was similar.
Years of a clear channel and a turn at 100$. In a short time it was
200$. The longer the downchannel goes the more violent the reaction.
Sugar can't go to zero. It is used and consumed and not simply hoarded
like gold. Either producers will go bankrupt and eventually disrupt
supply, or the massive piles of shorts will cause a reaction. Keep
watching those long term channels and look for the crossover! DJIA
showed weakness on the last spike up. Action is now in a very small
list of speculative stocks.
July 13, 2015
Important pivot 2088
July 2, 2015
We may soon be seeing an opportunity on longer term charts that happens
rarely but leads to unusual gains. It is sugar.
Let's examine a similar chart on coffee from the past.
In 2013-2014 the yearlong monthly downchannel was violated at the start
of 2014. Price made a lower low but RSI and Stochastics showed
violation of the downtrend and a crossover. This showed smart money
buying. Price rose from 100$ to 200$. 2013-2015 upchannel lows were
violated at 190$; price fell to about 125.
Now let's look at sugar. Sugar has made a 97 month low -low symmetry.
That means the current low matches in time the two previous lows.
Sugar has a downtrend channel on the daily that crosses at 12.68. The
weekly has a channel at 13.98. That means if 12.68 is violated to the
upside, and it holds, the weekly target is 13.98.
The previous time sugar violated a weekly downchannel to the upside it
rose 4$. That would mean 17.98 if 13.98 holds. Notice the lower low on
current price and the higher low on the oscillators.
This means longer term traders are watching this patiently for a
coffee-like position play. Keep these charts as favorite links!!!
July 1, 2015
VIX spike over 30%
When it spikes over 30% since 2011 the market rallies for 3-5 days and
then is weak over the next 30 days.
October 22, 2011
Dec 6, 2011
at upper band says stock long positions are at high risk as of today,
especially if decliners outpace advancers by a strong plurality at the
Holding the 200 bar moving average, as we are, implies a bullish 4th
quarter in equities with that as a rational stop loss for intermediate
August 18, 2011
Inability to stay above 54.1 at the close, as suggested for a buy
filter, shows the reflex rally did not signal an " all safe buy".
August 15, 2011
10 30 PM
clear long stocks for QQQ signal is in place as long as QQQ stays above
54.1 at the close each day.
August 11, 2011 9 pm
After a perfectly timed
July sell on equities ( see last post above) time to cover short if
short. We are in time cycle for a bullish stock reversal, but a " go
long all clear " isn't yet confirmed by end of day professional
July 25 2011
Jan 23, 2011.
On one system we have a high probability stock market sell at
upper band with cumulative breadth negative in the May _ September
period of election cycle. Further rally doesn't negate eventual sell.
April 3, 2011
April in this part of the election cycle since 1900 has the highest
probability of gains of all months. After April, the period late April-
June has a series of bearish cyclical clusters. The dates for those
will be computed later. Gold stocks medium term look to be toppy in
Bullish now is junk
bonds, commodities ( especially copper) S and P, bearish is T bonds. On
February 13-15, we will likely see a change, so that the bear areas
revert to bull and the bull to bear. That will target March 2 as the
After that, another reversion to the
status we have now will lead into the last 4 year cycle top at
May-June. The elapsed time on cycles is long in the tooth- only the
POMO of the FED held it off from the anticipated late fall top last
postponed the ending of the bull run, as forecast for last fall, due to
historical intervention in the S and P by the Goldmann/Fed cabal. We
have been gone from here, for good reasons, as an engagement to be
Two more tops
can be scheduled before the 4 year cycle resumes to the downside. The
first is mid-Feb, for S and P, copper, gold, and Junk bonds, and a low
early March low, and reversal of the above, the last May -June top for
the above assets, will lead to the resuming of the bear cycle.
insider selling last 3 weeks. Don't be the last at the party.
September 20, 2010
Top Sept 22-Oct1 not as high as april
big low Oct 11-18
we projected a gold mega bull way back on the rise above 1000/ounce ,
ultimate top in about 8 -10 years is 4800/ounce
at that time-paper will be discredited
probablity that this is the end of the entire equity move up from the
bottom in March 2009.
Gold , however, has hit our
first target of 1250 several times. But it has years yet to go in its
SELL SELL LONGS. Shorting broad sectors,however, may be yet risky as
the FED may rejigger one last gasp.
Th most obvious weak stocks
likely to work as shorts are the for profit schools being currently
sued for fraud.
Short term oversold, longer term
dangerous for stocks.
forget the past are condemned to repeat it. That is a famous quote from
Santayana. And here we have the reason why the bull market in equities
is on its last legs, even if we are able to make one last high late
August, as seasonality suggests. You always sell the next to last top,
as all boats don't float to the top after a major hurricane.
June 17, 2010
In my opinion, the risk is now
high for another stock decline, due to over bought oscillators and
rebound cycle duration.
May 31, 2010
Extreme oversold readings in all oscillators will likely produce a
rally, but the bigger picture is unfolding as we predicted months ago. Time
is running out on the bear market rebound which started March 2009. The FED
called Goldman Sachs in for a talk that month and said they would reliquify
so Goldman could distribute stocks at higher levels, so the big banks could
pass risk onto the public, who would be inclined to spend once they saw
their 401K's rebound.
April 2010 saw the top of this last rally, and the mid-May rebound only
hit the moving average, not making it back to the top band.
We did sell off in the predicted time period. After a likely rally now
from extreme oversold conditions, we will most likely see a new spike top
from lower levels, with the next low in the June 11-20 period, which will be
even more oversold.
China looks to have topped as well- look at a 3 year China ETF chart.
As said before, after
this weakness is over, which is due to the periodic 13-14 week cycle
bottoming, which should be soon, we will head to a May 19 peak, after
which the best correction in some time should occur.
The unheard bell of
the next bear leg is already tolling for late summer as THE last top.
More and more
money is chasing fewer and fewer winners, both in iindividual issues
and in country ETFs.
April 22, 2010
As we predicted
weeks ago, the market, after a short early March correction, ( SPX
Chart) we were to head to a May peak.
Now we are due for some more
hesitancy, before the final push up, first into May 8-9, then a
pullback, then a final move up to May 19, before the best correction in
some time will occur.
March 5, 2010
These little intraday
pullbacks are leading to a final test of the previous high areas in the
indices, which will result in a short term top on March 8, and then a
decline. Short term traders should sell into strength here, as we have
several days notice of an impending top due to momentum changes.
After the decline, we
will build a base for rally into May.
March 3, 2010
Market tired should pull back now
A manipulated rise in
almost all indices to the moving average. Now comes the big battle. We
are somewhat over bought; look at the CCI indicator.This is where
numerous long term lines cross, and traders are watching this line in
There is a bullish bias in
March, generally, after a February decline. We must watch carefully the
behavior after expiration to see if the normal weakness morphs into a
continued rally, or if instead, Goldman Sachs' overbought position and
likely fallback is a "tell" for a retest of the 1060 S and P 500 area.
In spite of this, we are
still headed to a top in early May, of significance.
Complex trading range is in
store, with near term 2 more tops and declines, all setting up a basing
pattern for eventual rise into May.
There is a symmetry hit
date on Feb 17; momentum suggests a short term top
is about 5 or 6 days from Friday, indicating a top could be in the
time window next Wednesday through the following Monday. History
indicates that a/d line trend breaks in a bull run after a major bear
market usually require more than a month after the break for a
sustainable low.There are 9 similar instances.
Therefore, it is likely we will
have a short term top in the indicated time window followed by more
decline until a base is built for the projected rally into early May.
5 more days up before downtrend reasserts is likely.
Short covering and tape
painting by the manipulators was Friday's story. The market is entitled
to rally a bit, but the bottom isn't in yet. We are looking for a good
bottom with some nice panic and positive non-confirmations of the lows.
Again, it isn't here yet.
February 10, 2010
entitled to rally up towards the 65 day moving average, but likely it
will fail, and most likely we will continue to sell off after the
holiday. Market is searching for a bottom, but the panic level isn't
yet present that allows pros to buy from the public cheaply enough to
make it worth their while to stage another rally.
Terrible failure to rally
above trendline means no buying of long positions is possible until we
have a confirmed bottom.
February 2, 2010
We broke support, and now
should expect a bit of rally before resuming march to lower lows below
broken support. Important day is February 8 or 9; if it was a
high, it is likely it would mark the start of the next leg down.
January 29, 2010
Violation of 1085 S and P
500, as discussed, kept us out of attempted long positions;long
term moving average is now resistance.
January 28, 2010
Looking for oversold rally
into about February 1. If 1085 S and P 500 cash holds this bounce is
likely.Stopped out of TDF for 7% loss from the highs, that's a good
filter for a moving stop to keep profits. China showing distribution.
January 26, 2010
We are very
oversold and yet not rebounding yet. Yesterday was a bounce caused by
traders covering short positions, but the close was weak, showing pros
selling the little rally. No sign yet of a turn around, and global
markets are weak also. Notice what the pros do at day
end-3.30 or so to 4pm. Until that downtrend is broken, we have a short
term bearish condition. What we thought was a 5% correction starting
the 19th now appears headed to 10% or below.
January 25, 2010
We got the
predicted decline on the 19th January. It was calculated to be about
5%, within the context of a bull market series of tops,
culminating in the momentum peak late spring,and late summer
for the final price peak.
we do if this is wrong?
We employ stop
losses. Many traders use a moving average to decide where to call it
quits, and take a small loss, rather than getting wiped out, like in
1929-1932, or in 1974-75. No analysis can be perfect, although
the momentum cycles have been highly accurate, as well as the
signals on the trading bands.
Lets say one
has 100000$ in a 401 K or a similar retirement vehicle, or in a stock
trading portfolio. It declines-where do you get out and sell, moving to
money market or some proxy like a short term treasury bill fund?
Many traders use 7%
from the high as a final stop loss. One can always buy back in if the
markets recover.That would mean a close below 93000$ would ask for a
Never put faith in one
analysis- always admit that one may be wrong and use a stop loss to
prevent losses. Each person needs to monitor their holdings to
determine where that point is.
No tag of upper band yet, so no overbought top and retracement. We now
need to look for 1167 S and P 500 cash as the topping area short term,
roughly 30 points away. Unless we explode on Tuesday, the tag of the
upper trading band will be later than the projected 19th.
Jan 12, 2010
11 30 AM
we'd tag 1150 S and P 500 cash as near term target before a
pull back. We got 1,149.74.What's next?
Backing and filling in this current air pocket drop, then a rally.
Looking for a top about January
19 at about 1161 S and P 500 cash and a fast decline, with some fury.
That's going to tag the mid band on the bollinger, thus likely tag
1100.New highs will follow that bottom and subsequent rally.
Stocks such as TDF rising well above strong resistance with consistant
buying end of day are leading the market.
A couple days down was followed
by a strong close as we indicated would happen. We are headed towards
1150 S and P 500 as near term target.
6 days up with a weak close means likely some days down before a
strong close negates the overbought correction.
We haven't said much here recently, and the reason is that the period
from mid-December to year end was deemed to be seasonally reliably
bullish, and so it has been, so far. The mid-December lows came in at
the 1096 area on the S and P 500 on December 17, and now we are at
1128. Buying the 15th through the 17th would have led to an average
price of 1103, so... so far, that's 25 points to the good.
Naturally, readers want to know what will happen in January, and half
the time we sell off, and half the time we don't. However, the sell
offs have, 90% of the time, been accompanied by blatant and clear sell
signals, which we don't see yet. If you are short term oriented and
want to take profits due to the 50% odds of a sell off, then decide
where you want to do so-today looks to start up as well.
Will the major bear trend return into, or in, January?
Readers are aware that this is a huge countertrend rally in the macro
sense-we haven't yet completed the 40 and 80 year cycles which call for
another leg down.But as of now, we still have time to the upside.
Momentum and time suggest the first top as April end of first week, a
more important top end of first week May, a summer decline, and a final
late summer final top, with the bear returning then.
As those dates approach, we will refine the exact dates of tops and
bottoms using momentum cycles.
We have been working on the mechanics of setting up a model portfolio
for here with real time posted trades of specific equities, as well.
This will give readers something more to read for entertainment in the
new year. As always, this letter is meant for general observations, and
use your own advisor to make financial decisions.
Market is a little tired,
due to last minute tax adjustments and post FED positioning. End of
year rally is statistically reliable; short term picture is indecisive
to short term over bought and curling over.
Flat top will most
likely eventually be broken to the upside, especially since after
mid-December the market tends to rise due to FED intervention to
support the holiday buying season.
November 30, 2009
stocks still weaker than their larger cousins. IWM shows small business
has problems, while large caps are stronger.
The FED will
do everyting possible to avoid a stock crash during shopping season,
including managing bad news.Downside risk most likely is no more than
3.5% lower, at this point.
FED determined to prevent a holiday panic, and lack of retail
holiday buying, all efforts will be made to shore up the market
when traders return in force on Monday and Tuesday. Until then, and the
beginning of next week, we could see a good drop on low volume due to
lack of participants, and the default of Dubai debt is the reason. We
will hope the plunge protection team will succeed, as it would be
unusual for a big bear leg to start right now.
The market begins a seasonally strong
period now that has been fairly consistant since 1950.Don't go short.
Monday has been up during recent weeks due to reinvestment of large
Overbought on oscillators, at top of channel, time for a pullback, short
term players could take some long side profits here, another down day
confirms some profit taking will occur.
We see a split market-some areas, such as the small stocks, looking
and some areas looking strong. Non-confirmations resulting from the
However, many indices have moved back above important moving averages.
the FED allow the market to break down at the start of holiday buying
season? Not if they can prevent it.
Many advisors are bearish, due to the split tape, and low volume.
Volume fuels rallies, and low volume spells trouble.
Traditionally, however, we start a seasonally bullish period now; the
start of options expiration week, and the FED induced /media induced
news" that inspires holiday shopping and credit card use. The fall
was well-managed, and we got a selloff from about 1100 to the 1039 area.
Resistance on the S and P 500 is about 1107; and the advances versus
declines have put in a double bottom.
As long as we do not break the double bottom and 1107 is exceeded soon
cannot be bearish, as billions of institutional cash is waiting to be
deployed if the bottom holds and the highs are exceeded.
Don't go short here. If 1070 S and P 500 holds, and we can take out the
highs, we have to be bullish. So far, the professionally-managed
channel is holding. A break of it would be bearish, but it hasn't
November 11, 2009
8 15 AM
Overbought, due for some pullback, possibly towards the lower ascending
uptrend channel. Inability to crack the channel means it is still
There was a top September and again in October in the range of 1080-1100 S
and P 500, but unless the uptrend channel is cracked violently to the
downside, seasonality makes it hard to recommend shorts.
No new position,
but probably will have one Monday.
When we examine over 80 years of market history, we must look at
seasonal patterns as well as market internals.
We got the fall decline, but it stopped at the midband, and didn't fall to
the lower band, as would be typical from the high level of evidence of the
split tape( some indices doing well, some under distribution).
We saw evidence the government would do anything possible to avoid a
break of the advance /decline line, even enlisting W.B. to announce a big
buy at a pivotal day.
Another major non-confirmation was hit on yesterday's tag of the upper
trading band, using number of issues declining.
But does the FED want a stock panic before the holiday shopping season?
Don't think that would sit well with big business.
So, at this point exceeding the resistance is bullish, seasonality after
the next 2 weeks is very bullish, and market internals are still horrible.
These contradictions are why we removed the short IWM suggestion before
the last rally.
No new position at this time.
November 6, 2009
7 35 AM
When markets fall hard, as we did from the 1100 S and P 500 area down to
the 1030's, we get oversold readings, commonly followed by short covering
Stochastic reversals from oversold can be violent and catch the eager short
position owners unaware, causing more buying, and buying feeds on buying.
The longer term trend has been up, and we suggested shorting was risky, even
though a decline was due. Now we are back up near the 1070 S and P 500 area,
and the market LOOKS strong, and some much shorter term indicators gave a
buy on the reversal. So what do we do?
Downside risk is still about 940 S and P 500, and upside the current channel
tags 1120 or so, and the market has been a slave to this channel, suggesting
it is manipulated, and that the FED is well aware that a break of the
support would be bad for the normally bullish holiday rally season.
In prudence, we will remove the short suggestion which was to short the IWM,
weakest of the indices, on the retag of 1070 or so on the S and P 500, thus
using the IWM as a proxy for shorting the S and P 500. We never got there..
But buying right now isn't prudent... there are still too many red flags of
declining volume, etc, to feel comfortable. At a crossroads, we could go
higher or turn Friday and head back down. All this up and down and back and
forth is not normally very bullish at rally price highs.
4 30 AM
So ...we have the top at 1100 S and P 500 in September 23, and again
October 14-22, a rolling, slow, "sell- to- the- good -news- fools" top that
caught many unaware. Of course, the bad news that is causing massive
professional dumping of stocks will come out later, as it always does. We
suggested trying to short the reaction rally to 1090 but only got 1070 or so
before it sank
Now we are oversold so we should try to rally soon, or it is going to be
lemmings jumping cliffs.But if it does rally, you don't buy, as it is
another chance to sell.
If you want to try to short it, pray for 1060 to 1070 S and P 500. Use
IWM as the short, that is, short IWM if we tag 1060-1070 S and P 500, with a
3% stop loss.
Its going to fall more- no question about that. A/D trendline break was
the final clue, as mentioned previously.
October 27, 2009
Looks like the rolling top may have rolled over. The channel of advances
has been broken. Even if we do attempt a rally, anywhere in the S and P 500
1090-1100 area looks like a good short, using the proxy IWM As always, be
aware market makers eat shorts for lunch, so use tighter stops than normal,
when attenpting to short a comeback rally.We may not make it back to the top
It looks so far as if we nailed the top.
October 23, 2009
It is still likely we are in formation of a top
and rollover process. Attempts to short the market, however, have been
hard due to panic short -covering by eager bearish investors.
Another thought we might advance would
be to wait to short the market until the declines overtake the
advances in the current trend.. That hasn't happened yet; shorting,
therefore, is still early as of yesterday's action. We will continue to
watch this and post when the most ideal point for shorts is reached.
October 22,2009 SELL SELL SELL
Yesterday's reversal fits all the conditions for the TOP and sell
reversal. It would be wise to sell any remaining positions in US stock
indices. Yes, we were early... yes, we sold at 1083 S and P 500 cash instead
of 1100...but we had 5 chances to sell into strength...always sell BEFORE
Shorting rallies now with tight stops is in order.Make your own
determination what risk level you are comfortable with.
YES, yesterday WAS the TOP...huge amounts of money by pros is leaving
rapidly...and we called it early by about 20 S and P 500 points and 8 to 10
days...next time maybe to the exact minute...
October 12, 2009
Things are overbought on all measures. Valuations, fundamentally, %
above moving average, time elapsed during rally phase, etc.
Momentum is falling as is volume (or "oomph" to the move).
After examining over 30 charts the best conclusion is to stand aside,
having has 3 chances to sell in the 1080 cash S and P 500 area, and here is
the latest one.
If the last few points are missed so be it. Yet shorting without screaming
divergences is risky, so don't short although a drop is scheduled. Market
makers can still eat you for lunch, as they have been doing recently to
We will have an extended post on the weekend, but for now the position is
The bullish case is that end -of -day buying is still strong, and we
aren't yet back at the upper part of the wedge where blatant sells have
occurred at the last 5 touches.
The bearish case is that seasonality and time elapsed since the last
major correction imply one is due any day now, and volume is dropping,
indicating fewer believe the rally has safety.
When we computed the place where time and price coincided along the
wedge, it centered on mid-October, where we hoped to see sells screaming in
all technical windows. We sold at 1083 S and P 500, and that was end of
September at the two available tags of that price.
We are now at 1065.
So for now, don't short and don't buy. We will see if another leg up
occurs soon enough. More on the weekend- the entire case for bull or bear.
October 6, 2009
7 00 AM
The recent pop off the arms spike gives a better feel for the top and short
Oct 14 is still probable as the top but it is wise to be out of any
remaining longs by Oct 12 and begin speculative short positions on the 12th,
as long as prices are still rising.
October 5, 2009
7 20 AM
Spike low Monday highly probable, then from that oversold low, the rally
will likely begin that finishes and tops on October 14. May even spike to
1013 S and P 500 cash before last retail investor is cashed out by the pros.
October 2, 2009
We received numerous questions today from readers who asked-"could the
September 23 momentum top at 1080 S and P 500 have been the price top as
Well, if it was, we are in great shape, as we sold long equity positions
INTO the top, scaling out GRADUALLY to avoid getting caught on the
We did say 1080 was the target, and we had a chance to sell there again on
September 29 as well as the 23rd.
What if we missed the IDEAL place to short? Then you will have nailed the
profits down on the long side of the ledger, as we are now at 1029, and
merely await the next opportunity.
Actually now we are quite oversold, so don't short as it is very high risk
when a snapback rally is over due.
Time still suggests another top on October 14, which is where shorts will be
reexamined for high probablity of profit on numerous nonconfirmations as
Learn to wait for the ideal setup...
Always sell early in advance of turns...
Scale in, scale out...
October 1, 2009
End of day buying the dips is weakening. That means the pros are getting
ready for the October decline.They have been selling into the end of
September, as we suggested, all the while preparing for the coming drop.
September 28, 2009
We got the end of September momentum peak as suggested. Now the next
is the one you sell your remaining short term equity positions, if you
didn't already gradually into the end of September momentum peak, as was
suggested. We will get a rally sometime soon, which will attempt to
more of the curently more bullish public who have been told by the news
outlets that its safe to invest again. So you do the opposite, knowing
tme and price will soon intersect in October for a 7.5-15% correction.
Readers here know not to hold to the last day, but to scale out near
and prepare ahead for trend changes. Leading into October 14 we will
tradeable top and the predicted decline. The 14th is the best
for the shorting date, but the sell longs early advice was more easily
Momentum is slowing, as we expected, no top yet though.If they decide to
really kill the bears we could overthrow to 1120 S and P 500 cash. We
the 1063-1080 area we looked for, but its possible we could bust above
to the Oct 14 top date.
7 40 AM
Pullbacks have occurred but are
during the trading day, and met with end of day
professionals eating the public short positions, all the while they are
for the fall decline to come. We will see at least 1063-1080 S and P
500 cash before
pros sell their positions end of September, and move to net short by
September 10, 2009
S and P 500. Overbought sort term, pullback a bit likely, but top is
in, as non-confirmations are not yet
screamng at us.
Gold, if above 1030 for 3 days, in
spite of world govt. wishes, projects
September 7, 2009
Now oversold, we will likely rally from the moving average here.
bands tend to contain moves, so a
move towards the upper band is likely next
in store for the S and P 500.
Remember the larger picture- this next move up
is setting up for the fall decline of
over 7% from the top of the bollinger
band to the lower band, straight
through the moving average... so, pros are
selling into the next rally or two
and distributing stocks on strength
gradually to the public and slow
moving institutions. Two important dates
with trend turn significance are
September 14 and October 14.
Two weeks ago we saw a decline in the S and
P 500 to 979.73. The recent decline hasn't gone there, or gone below that point.
If we hold here and rally, we can have one or two more higher tops before the
fall decline of over 7%. If we break here, and then rally from much lower
levels, you sell the next rally.
The big picture:We are in a mini-bull market that is a reaction to the
vastly oversold bear that started in 2007 and bottomed about 17 months
later.The bear will resume its down path likely sometime next year after a
long topping process.
The intermediate picture: We are setting up for a fall decline of at least
7%-a full and sharp, scary decline from the top of the bollinger band to the
The short term picture: We suggested selling for short term traders
approaching near 1039 S and P 500, and 1035 was tagged before profit taking
occurred. On Friday, the 1039 was tagged as predicted. We could still rally
next week into the institutional reinvestement date of September 4 near
1048, but we are due for 5 days down soon, in a zig zag pattern.
Tagged 1035 S and P 500 - close to the predicted target of 1039, then we sold
off a bit. After the short term profit taking, yes there will be higher
highs, yet what is the big picture?
There will be a full bollinger band correction this fall, of 7% minimum from
top to bottom.The top date and price are not yet apparent, but 3 things make
this a certainty. Seasonally, the number of days from previous lows and
highs suggest this will happen.
Sentiment suggests this will happen.
Rate of change reverting to mean suggests this will happen.
September/October will see a top and decline.
Soon the date may be more exactly calculated, when more data comes through.
Cross currents end of month/beginning of month have to be factored in first.
August 24, 2009
Short term S and P 500 top approaching near 1039, followed by another
pullback.Near 1039 is good place to sell for short term oriented traders,
selling as it is approached.
August 17, 2009
The recent zig zag pattern isnt over-expect one or two more down days before
the rally resumes.
Apparently we've topped Friday -Monday, and begun to correct. The next step
is likely a correction of deeper dimensions-at least 9210 -9000 DJIA. One
more attempt at highs will occur after the correction.
August 11, 2009
On another note, the global consensus on a warming trend has found a
serious researcher who shows that 100 years of COOLING may be next. His long
term forecasts are so good bookies won't take his bets, and farmers buy his
data. Look at these links, and think about the longer term implications for