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Last partial anti-covid measure here, next one will be co...

Yesterday, 03:19 PM

Posted by andr99 in Fearless Forecasters

Hip Hip Hurrà....and we are among the least hit ones in Europe, France is in tragic situation, Spain idem, GB equal.....when I see the faces of chinese regime officials, I need to run to sit down on the wc.... 

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Risk Windows This Week

Yesterday, 07:23 AM

Posted by Douglas in Fearless Forecasters

My risk summation system does not show a clear peak in risk this coming week, just several days with slightly higher than average values concentrated at the beginning and end of the week.   This is a bit unusual, so I don't know quite what it means.  I guess it's signalling a muddle through kind of week and maybe everyone will be just waiting on the election fireworks next week.  


The jury is still out on last week's Friday the 23rd risk window.  It's certainly not clear from the "V" shaped action Friday that it was important.  Speaking of letters, my inverted "N" guess for the trading pattern last week was again wrong.  The DJIA just made six swings up and down inside what appears to be a crude descending triangle, nothing from the alphabet.  These descending triangles can lead to powerful moves in the direction of the breakout from the triangle, so like last Friday's risk window, maybe Monday's action will clarify what's in store this coming week.


On this side of the pond in my neighborhood corona cases are doubling every few days from what was a very low number.  Loads of big city folk are fogging down to our quiet little town to escape restrictions and are bringing the the plague with them.  On the bright side, real estate prices in this neck of the woods have jumped some 20% as these bug carrying visitors scramble to buy themselves a bit of respite from the cities.  It's looking like Boris is going to have to take us off the cliff in order to get his European BREXIT negotiating partners' attention.  I don't think Cable is pricing this in yet or the FTSE for that matter.  Maybe I'm too pessimistic and cooler heads will prevail, but as I learned in my misspent youth playing chicken with friends on bicycles, somebody's got to swerve.  




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How is USA doing with handling the virus?

Yesterday, 04:23 AM

Posted by traderx in Fearless Forecasters

20 times worse than Pakistan. This tells it all.

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Breakout ahead -- new ATHs in November

24 Oct 2020

Posted by dTraderB in Fearless Forecasters

Expect more market behavior similar to last week, possibly SPX 3300, but unless there is a major election issue then markets will make new HIGHS in November. 


Trillions in Stimulus as well as the FED coming in a the most optimum time will spur the markets ahead. 


The only major issue that can prevent this is another virus surge that closes several parts of the economy. 



Have a great weekend! Election nearing and $spx spent this month setting up for a move that looks to be up Plan next week: The pattern is an inverse H&S within a bull flag. 3465 breaks it out targeting 3520 & 3575. For bears: Loss of 3420 1st sees 3370-last chance spot for longs


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