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December 2009 Blog Posts (8)

A couple of exponential nodes overlapping on the $NDX on Monday, the 28th of December...

Looking at the bottom chart we have a set of overlapping nodes (a .5000 and a 1.000) on December 28th relative to the A-B-C patterns I have labeled. This is only occurring on the $NDX, nothing similar is happening on the $SPX. The $SPX has it's own story, covered below. The $NDX chart (the one in the middle), though, is more interesting anyway, as it looks like that index is attempting a breakout through the trendline that has contained it. Where it stands at the moment, it has not yet achieved… Continue

Added by Mark Lytle on December 25, 2009 at 1:00pm — 2 Comments

Hitting the roof again..

After some signs of weakness last week, the indexes are having their Christmas rally. This short term move is probably about exhausted as we hit the upward curving trendline again. But so far any confirmation of an end to the slow grind upward is not evident...

Added by Mark Lytle on December 22, 2009 at 2:53pm — 1 Comment

Jim Rogers buying dollars - predicts $2000 gold by 2019

Jim Rogers has been buying dollars for the past few months. He says there are too many dollar bears right now.

I am unable to post the link properly for some reason, but you can find the article by searching Yahoo or Google for "Jim Rogers buys dollar"

Added by BullBearGirl on December 11, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Dollar rally continues...markets weaken...

Notice that on the Microtrendlines chart, the $NDX did manage to strike the trendline (barely), but has formed a small double top...



A time to be alert...If the dollar rally gets real legs, the equities markets could have real problems...



I've been anticipating this for about 3 months, but we still are waiting on the needed verification....all eyes on the dollar...





For a version of this chart you can click on and… Continue

Added by Mark Lytle on December 8, 2009 at 3:48pm — 1 Comment

$NDX having trouble reaching trendline...

This highlighted light green trendline has capped every advance in the last three months..now the $NDX is barely able to reach it, it seems...

Added by Mark Lytle on December 5, 2009 at 12:01pm — No Comments

Market Technical Analysis & Setups - Wild Early Markets Yield 3/2 Cycle and Flat Market





InTheMoneyStocks.com breaks out the key technical analysis techniques they have become famous for. They analyze the charts on the market to showcase their technical trend line analysis, price, pattern and time values. By utilizing these methods and not using the common technical tools which almost never work anymore, they are able to call every major and minor market move avoiding Wall Street hype. InTheMoneyStocks.com looks at major support and resistance levels… Continue

Added by Bryan Leighton on December 3, 2009 at 1:50pm — No Comments

BullBear Trading Service Update

12/01/09 Update:



It appears that the market has setup for an upside breakout in stocks and commodities and a downside break in the dollar. Remember, when a market does not do what it should do when it should do it then it is about to do the opposite. The recent setup was for a downside break and a potential rally in the dollar and that appears to have failed. It would then be appropriate to take the other side of the trade.



Recent relative strength in small… Continue

Added by Steven Vincent on December 1, 2009 at 1:51pm — 1 Comment

Microtrendlines as of today (so far)

These are still being followed...


Added by Mark Lytle on December 1, 2009 at 10:15am — 4 Comments

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