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During yesterday’s momentous 2000+ point breakdown, I forgot to mention yet another fact that cements this new Bear Market into reality. The DIA trendline is broken. I’m not talking about some intermediate term line. I’m talking about the biggest of the big. Today’s rally did a gorgeous job pushing us right back to the price gap.(more…)
Another crazy day in the market. Over the past couple of weeks, how many quadruple-point days have we had on the Dow? Five? More? I’ve lost track.
Anyway, here are the key levels on the ES contract:(more…)
The announcement from the Fed members, who must have the easiest job on the face of the Earth, is out (“no change, we’ll keep an eye on things, you betcha“) and the response is……….muted. Regardez vous sil vous plait(more…)
I offer below a quartet of important index charts, each of which has a price gap well worth watching (the gap itself is shown in the black rectangle within each chart). Interestingly (almost to the point of impossibility), the last one, the broker/dealer index, isn’t even a gap I drew. It is instead a Fibonacci retracement line, which nailed the price gap literally to an accuracy of one penny.(more…)