SPX rejected from the backtest of the daily middle band yesterday and came close to a retest of last week’s low at the intraday low today. There is a compelling case for seeing that full retest tomorrow as well as a retracement low retest on NQ and that the next important inflection point is there. I’ll be looking at why that is below. SPX daily chart:
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In case you missed it during the many instances I mentioned it here and on Twitter, I contracted a virus. Mercifully, it seems to be on the wane (hurray, Tim’s immune system!) but while I was in the throes of my illness, I did something I hardly ever do, which is turn on CNBC (the total amount of television I watch in a year is probably a few hours, at most, and I only vomit my way through CNBC viewing during Fed announcements).
Anyway, the topic of discussion was General Electric (GE), which is my largest non-ETF short position. I took this screenshot earlier today, although I think it fell lower…………
Although the title of this post describes my physical condition, I have crawled over from my bed to put up a post…….what a day for me to be sick, huh? We’re actually DOWN for a change. But I’m ready for them to put me in a coffin. Anyway, if we break 2412.50 and stay below it, those bullish turds are in for some more well-deserved pain.