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A Nasdaq bloodbath too far to fast?

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#1 diogenes227



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Posted 29 November 2017 - 09:58 PM

From the Link:



If today’s sell off continues, that will be relevant, but there are signs this is done already.


Nearly every time TQQQ falls through the standard deviation lines (the blocks on the green lines on the chart below), the Nasdaq bounces the next day or two days out (the red vertical lines on the chart). It is as if any fall this far is too far too fast. And oftentimes in this bull market, the bounce becomes another rally (see the diamonds on the chart are TQQQ). In fact, a look-black on the chart shows this last great upswing in the Nasdaq, which began in late September, started with a touch down on the green lines just like today.


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#2 da_cheif



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Posted 30 November 2017 - 07:04 AM

just another chuck hole on the road to happiness.....just look at the chart.......been dozens of sharp declines during this bool mkt