Orderly Bull

Jaroslaw Jac Rank: 93 Followers: 5 Votes: 1 Years Member: 5 Last Update: 26 May 2015, 19:57 Categories: Chart Patterns
Market Timing
Support / Resistance Lines

5/03/15 Sell in May.

Periodic comments here: http://orderly-bull-companion-blog.blogspot.com/

This chart list is intended to monitor the bull market's progress relying on simple charting (for clarity), intermarket analysis and the gut feeling. My objective is to keep an eye on the Big Picture, stay put when it is justified, try to pick optimal investment choices and entry points, and to revamp portfolio when major turns are apparent or appear to be imminent.

A cyclical bull market has been in progress since the March 2009 panic low. I am expecting it to exhibit typical behavior of a cyclical bull of the secular inflationary period with preserved inter-market relationships. (Please refer to John Murphy's work on intermarket analysis for in-depth explanations)

A cursory look at the last cluster of cyclical bulls and bears that happened in the second-half of 1960s and throughout 1970s can give us some rough idea what can we expect in the terms of the course and duration of the bull runs.

Each of the cyclical bulls consisted of 2 upward phases separated by a pullback/consolidation.
First rally lasting approximately 1 year, multi-month consolidation and second rally for about 1 year (more variable).


0.00000000000714 Airlines bear

0.0000000000211 Russell 2000 2010-11

0.0000000001122 Russell 2K daily

0.0000000004217 Euro bottom fishing

0.00000000525 TNX 10 yrs

0.0000001126 RUT experiment

0.0000004815 VIX fix

0.0000004817 VIX the fear-o-meter

0.0000312 Gold cycles long term

0.0000313 Golden opportunity

12/13/09 support at 1100 and 1050, if gets to 1050 a great point to add to positions

11/10/09 Who wants to bet that this relic will not see three digits ever again?

$2000 in 2011.

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