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This Is A Big Week In the Market

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Let’s recap a little before we get to the current market. December 20, 2021 Hit & Run Report: Sign of the Bear “For over a month, we’ve been sounding the alarm about the weakest market internals ever at an ATH. Few technicians and traders have been discussing the alarming internal weakness in the market structure. Specifically, […]

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The Crash Level You Need to Know About

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In February, we noted the significance of the SPX 4410 region. This is a key 540 degrees down from the 4818 ATH in early January. In my research for the seminar/DVD, Unlocking the Profits of the New Swing Chart Method with David Reif, which analyzed the SPX swings from 1941, I noticed how many swings in both […]

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Expect The Unexpected

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Gold is hated. So, naturally, many players were quick to call gold’s attempt to breakout over 1900 the day Russia invaded Ukraine a failed breakout. Gold traded up to 1975 and ended up closing below the key 1920 level — the bull market high in 2011. Gold spiked briefly above 1920 in August 2020 to […]

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SWIFT Move

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Those following my analysis have been prepared for the market to get hit beginning in January as well as the intense rise in volatility. For the last month, we’ve been pointing to a turning point into February 22. This is 90 days/degrees from the major November 22 orthodox high in markets. At the same time, […]

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The Crash

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Crashes come from lows… not highs. We noted that the SPX went into the Minus One/Plus Two sell position on February 16 and it’s been straight down ever since, with 4 consecutive down days and with the index shedding 280 points. To recap, the 3 Day Chart turns down with 3 consecutive lower daily lows. […]

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Crash, What Crash?

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Last 12 months Eiffel Towers: ROKU – 73% PYPL – 64% SHOP – 52% TWLO – 60% ZM – 70% PIN – 71% LMND – 81% DOCU – 55% Etc, etc, etc… that just scratches the surface. FSLY is the classic Eiffel Tower. It IPO’d in May 2019 and closed that week at 24. In March 2020, it closed at 17.70 following a massive […]

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FOMO & the Bear Face Off In A Triangle

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“Market needs to break Friday’s low to get things moving to the downside. Do not underestimate the whipsaw we can see in this region. Taking out 4490 still opens the door to 4560ish.” We wrote the above on Tuesday morning’s Hit & Run private Twitter feed. We followed up with: “Trend line from 1/24 and […]

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January Saw A Crash, But It Is Likely Not THE Crash

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“The ancient hunters had a rule that when they were searching to locate an animal in his den, they always followed his tracks backward, figuring that it was the shortest route to his lair. The quickest way for you to learn how to determine future market movements is to study the past.” – WD Gann, […]

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IWM Square-Out Meets the Hulk

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Monday’s gap down echoed the pattern from Black Monday, 1987, where the indices gapped lower and picked up downside momentum throughout the day, closing on their low. I suspect there were more than a few market participants expecting the same yesterday with the SPX down 175 points mid-day — undercutting the October 4278 low in the process. […]

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The Crash of 2022

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Throughout the last quarter of 2021, the Hit & Run Report outlined how stock indexes were expected to see a series of peaks, first in late November, then no later than early January 2022. There were several reasons for my outlook: 1) The SPY March 2020 low was 218. Three full price cycles of 360 degrees + […]

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