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post #125501 of 136697
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Originally Posted by ibuddler View Post

Can someone tell what's the closing price for SPY? 127.78 or 128.59? It will be different if we closed at 127 level.


128.59
post #125502 of 136697
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Originally Posted by stevesteve121 View Post



lol imagine how funny it would be if we gave back all of today's gains tomorrow.

 

 

ah one can only dream


 

hahah I'm thinking something like this might happen on Monday.

post #125503 of 136697

"Every Dog has his day" and Da day is comin don`t worry
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Originally Posted by mjoke View Post

im here.. just why debate with people over a move which will stop.

ya i just stayed on the side,..  but my puts sure didnt like the move.
 

I have a extreme LT account which is dead to me, just add on dips for the next 15 - 20 years.. it a mash of things.

while this one i manage money in and such is my regular account for whatever trades are beneficial

 

cant fight irrationality in market moves like this, .. when the entire agreement has stamped through it, in principal,... but the big boys cant read apparently and wanted to pretend its the be all end all plan to the worlds problems.



 



 

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3452-131959719715228-Scott-s-Investments_origin.png

 

Red lines are ECRI recession calls. Blue line is the 10 mo moving average. Chart was posted yesterday pointing to 1284 top. Boy that was some call :)

 

If any1 wants the full article http://seekingalpha.com/article/302379-ecri-s-recession-call-market-crash-to-follow?source=kizur

post #125505 of 136697

If there is a God

 

then this area should at least be a short term top

 

 

2011-10-22_1200.png

post #125506 of 136697
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Originally Posted by mjoke View Post

im here.. just why debate with people over a move which will stop.

ya i just stayed on the side,..  but my puts sure didnt like the move.
 

I have a extreme LT account which is dead to me, just add on dips for the next 15 - 20 years.. it a mash of things.

while this one i manage money in and such is my regular account for whatever trades are beneficial

 

cant fight irrationality in market moves like this, .. when the entire agreement has stamped through it, in principal,... but the big boys cant read apparently and wanted to pretend its the be all end all plan to the worlds problems.



 



Hey mjoke, what kind of downside target are you looking at once we turn around? Or are you thinking we enter a bear market and continue down for a while? Thanks.

post #125507 of 136697

Its highly likely that we will test the 200day in my opinion.

sc?s=$SPX&p=D&b=5&g=0&i=0&r=3600

 

Just trade around the 200

post #125508 of 136697

if theres a god the stock market will go down?  um okay....

 

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Originally Posted by stevesteve121 View Post

If there is a God

 

then this area should at least be a short term top

 

 

2011-10-22_1200.png



 

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Screenshot at 2011-10-27 20:33:14.png

 

Screenshot at 2011-10-27 20:34:13.png

 

Yeah I know about decay, but I'll hold my upro till above 80$ to 100$ or dec. / jan. whichever comes first. The divy is a small consolation.

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i dont think we are breaking beyond what we saw today, (short term) but i need to see the action tomorrow.  it is for sure a cyclical market..

might want to test 1284 then 1322 but i doubt it.. if it breaks down, as things have ran alot then 1192-1200 is a okay target.

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Originally Posted by jdox View Post
Hey mjoke, what kind of downside target are you looking at once we turn around? Or are you thinking we enter a bear market and continue down for a while? Thanks.


i mean EU Debt and GDP etc is almost comparable to the US .. and look at how much money we threw at the problem 3 or 4 times as much and invoked massive regulation overhauls.

but the EU only had to commit 1/2 of the minimum amount and delay recap until june 2102 i think is a half ass way of doing it. was the market expecting nothing at all the way it reacted? .. the only thing which i didnt expect is the raising from 6% to 9% requirment, which i am unsure translates into how much for the banks to keep on the books.  its a subpar plan, but i think the news of a EU talks break down and then a few hours later we have a "plan" mislead the market and the short reacted etc etc.. it wasnt really clear and still inst this entire process.

 

GDP today and all the other data, i think smells weird compared to others like consumer sentiment.

 


Edited by mjoke - 10/28/11 at 2:44am
post #125511 of 136697

I'm just curious what the headlines would be on CNBC if we break down tmr. :D Futures are red so far.

post #125512 of 136697
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Originally Posted by Nate01 View Post

if theres a god the stock market will go down?  um okay....

 



 



I'm sorry your tiny brain isnt able to comprehend this chart and read between the lines

post #125513 of 136697

really? saying someone has a tiny brain? come on...that's just stupid. 

post #125514 of 136697

monthly macro view shows bb's and ma's contracting with a healthy bullish candle.

5yr.gif

 

weekly has macd crossover and shows overall upward trend intact

3yr.gif

 

zooming in on the daily .. brakeout on the top bb. They say the bull's stampede above the 200 day ma.

6mo.gif

post #125515 of 136697
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Originally Posted by IchibomB View Post

really? saying someone has a tiny brain? come on...that's just stupid. 

 

u mad brah
 

 

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Jesus that's a huge engulfing white candle, by candlestick analysis, next month should be bullish, although I only use candlestick analysis really for day trades. I'm also still feeling like a bear too :( Got hit by that train today hard.
 

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Originally Posted by JFerraro View Post

3452-131959719715228-Scott-s-Investments_origin.png

 

Red lines are ECRI recession calls. Blue line is the 10 mo moving average. Chart was posted yesterday pointing to 1284 top. Boy that was some call :)

 

If any1 wants the full article http://seekingalpha.com/article/302379-ecri-s-recession-call-market-crash-to-follow?source=kizur



 

post #125517 of 136697

November has that US Debt talk what's going on about that?

post #125518 of 136697

Israel's market was one of the first to climb yesterday,Europe followed and then US markets followed.

 

http://www.tase.co.il/TASEEng/Homepage.htm

 

I got in a bit too early yesterday with my SPXU shares but I will hold.

post #125519 of 136697
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Originally Posted by marcosx3x View Post

monthly macro view shows bb's and ma's contracting with a healthy bullish candle.

5yr.gif

 

weekly has macd crossover and shows overall upward trend intact

3yr.gif

 

zooming in on the daily .. brakeout on the top bb. They say the bull's stampede above the 200 day ma.

6mo.gif


cred coming your way. pretty charts. thanks for sharing! oh and only 21 posts since 2005? you should def. come by more often. glty. thumbup.gif

 

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Why are all futures red? Italy 1.88 percent down, what happened?

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