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- Last Update: 3 August 2020, 9:15
6/29 No sell signal yet. Getting close.
5/12. No Sell signals yet....5/13:,5/15: We are still a few down days from a sell signal.
3/18, 4/8 In a Bull market bottoms resolve in 6-8 weeks generally. In a Bear market (now) it can take 2-3 years.
3/16, 3/11 See INFO for recent short covering.
3/6 See INFO for information on the upcoming bottom.
3/4 Looking at buying.
2/28. The bottom seems near. It often takes 6-8 weeks to resolve a big drop. In economic terms we are looking at a short term hit (months, not years). I expect a short term rally and am buying.
2/24,25: See my short pics in $ 001 INFO
2/6, 21, 23: Not jumping on this rally. See INFO for more info including shorts.
2/5 Buy?? SELL! (1/31, 3pm). Look for a 10-20% drop in 6-8 weeks. See $ 008 (p.2) for a very good indicator of the SPX direction. See $ 017 for market reaction to 2003 SARS outbreak. It may be a guide to today%27s Chinese flu epidemic.
Organization of charts starts with my key indicators
$ 001 Information posted showing significant changes by date P.1
$ 002-019 Key Indicators updated as they change. P. 1-3
$$ Current Buy/Sell signals P.3 +
$$ Watch... our Watch list picks--kept as relevant
$$$ Results from past signals
$$$$ Retired charts
Look here for key daily comments
4/14 DOWHILO at bottom of chart. It up!! Expect at least a short term rally.
7/8 Both ST and Intermediate continue strong.
6/24 After a rally, sectors are holding up well, with minor weakening.
5/25 The top is over! Most sectors are going down.
3/8 XLV is the first to turn red, leading the correction down.
2/7 Some weakening. Sectors are likely to rest after a strong spring up. Leadership is likely to change in the coming weeks.
May 15 Nearing a low.
Jan 21; Peaking. Expect a drop soon.
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