This is not a top call. My target was Dow 21,000 and this pig blew through it and flew to 21,115. This is a comparison of one bubble to
another a potential other.
In 2011 silver put on an amazing run. First, it dropped and crashed the SMA 50 at the beginning of the year. Then it rebounded, became over bought by RSI (and distance from the SMA 50), tested the short-term EMA 20 and then went all Sky Lab, making a 2nd strenuously overbought reading on RSI. Then… kerplunk.
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Happy weekend Slopers! It has been over a year since I have offered a header post, so let’s take a look at the interesting point markets are currently at.
Starting with SPX, shown below, the markets have been in a slow building parabolic rise since the Brexit lows, continuing their rise off the November election last year, followed by another leg higher to start 2017. Have we arrived at the short term top, or is there more to come?
The bears certainly had a shot at the end of this past week to end the short term uptrend. ATR’s short term sell reversal going into next week would be a close under 2353.80. For those that have been riding the trend higher this year, the next short term sell reversal would be the time to take trading profits. Until then, using ATR reversals to ride the trend as long as it last is enormously profitable in long lasting short term trends.
I notice that Whole Foods is dropping after hours. This actually lines up with an analog I’ve been following for years now. My belief is that the market is oh-so-subtly beginning to ape its behavior before the financial crisis, with Whole Foods being just the latest example. I suspect much lower prices are in — umm – – “store”.
On a percentage basis, this is my second-best performing short (second only to EZPW). I’m just crazy about this analog. I can see much, much lower prices ahead.
I’m going to do a super-lazy post and show you an article that came out today in the Palo Alto Weekly about my House Safari product (which is distinct from my SocialTrade VR product; yes, I have been busy recently). Click on the image for a readable version……….
I’ll be the first to admit, if you asked me Tuesday, I’d say the odds of this were about zero.