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5/1 hesitates at 50 dotted line on Full Sto signal before turning very bearish. Big dead cat bounce has not reversed this bearish signal.
5/15 critical bull bear juncture, https://seekingalpha.com/article/4347270-spy-critical-bull-bear-juncture
522 forming bearish hanging man
5/29 money flow and MACD moving up. No MACD or Full STO crossover yet. Bullish breakout in price. Looks like it wants to reach for the old high to form classic double top bear market. I doubt it can reach the old high and expect to see a bottom in Oct.
5/1 target a retest of the uptrend, https://seekingalpha.com/article/4339557-dia-looks-to-april-earnings-for-reality-check#comment-85065086
5/15 dead cat bounce looks to be over, sell in May and go away? https://seekingalpha.com/article/4347270-spy-critical-bull-bear-junctur
5/29 amazing bear market bounce continues due to fiscal and monetary stimulus. DON%27T FIGHT THE FED.
2/24 looking for technical bounce, the 310, another bounce, then 300.
2/28 testing support at 286, trading at 287
3/9 confirming Sell signal, targeting 270 and 260 looking for this bottom, oversold Supply needs to turn up for a technical bounce
3/11 looking for a bottom, https://seekingalpha.com/article/4330687-spy-looking-for-new-bottom
3/20 testing the 2018 bottom at 228. Looking for a technical bounce. VIX is dropping.
3/24 technical bounce, targeting 250-255, at 242, https://seekingalpha.com/research/250072-tom-lloyd/5424999-market-jumps-and-shorts-are-squeezed
4/6 looks like the bounce is reaching for the 267 resistance line we drew on the chart. I think the traders will short.
5/1 bearish gravestone candle, may indicate start of move down to retest the bottom.
5/29 light volume, weak breakout above the 200-day keeps the market rising despite recession economy.
4/23 announced 8:1 reverse split after oil market crashes an crushes USO
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