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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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Gold, Past the Point Of No Return

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“The metals complex is painting a bullish picture of a potential large rally phase.” The above is from the January 3, Hit & Run Report, Gold Update, where we gave our analysis for a breakout in gold and silver. On Wednesday, the promise of that setup came to fruition. GLD triggered an Opening Range Breakout that developed into […]

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The Gann Panic Cycle

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The study of cycles is not easy – if it were, everybody would be phoning in their trades from the beach. They are illusive because just when you think you’ve found the key, someone changes the lock. What I think is true about cycles is: They can point to a time frame in which to […]

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Acceleration

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“It’s crunch time with the SPX and NAZ in the Minus One/Plus Two sell position –very similar to the pattern in the eye of the hurricane in early March 2020. While the NAZ bounced violent off its 200 day moving average on Monday and many of the former high flying glamours looked purged, another break back below the 200 […]

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You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

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In early December, we wrote that volatility would be intense in 2022. So far the SPX has dropped from 4818 to 4582 before rebounding to 4748 on Wednesday. Why the vol? Because the market has never seen the Fed have to retreat from the Everest of Stimulus before: $4 trillion in two years. Markets are obviously aware […]

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QQQ Crash Pattern

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“Before you hit the jackpot, you have to put a coin in the machine.” – Flip Wilson With astonishing consistency, stocks tend to demonstrate predictable price patterns that adhere to the Principle of Squares. The Principle of Squares is the conceptually correct concept that price progression unfolds in a logarithmic or square root sequence versus […]

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Rollover

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On Wednesday, the TREND of the market got into sync. Allow me to explain. In the first half of the day, the NAZ was deep crimson and the SPX slightly red while the DJIA was up around 200 points. IWM was slightly positive. After the Fed minutes hit, everything accelerated to the downside with the DJIA leaving a Key Reversal Day from an […]

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The Message Of the Market

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The 3 Day Chart turns up with 3 consecutive higher daily highs. This is intraday highs, not closes. The 3 Week Chart turns up with 3 consecutive higher weekly highs. This is intra-week highs, not closes. The opposite is true for turndowns in each. The 3 Day Chart and the 3 Week Chart do a […]

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Gold Update

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The huge bull market in gold in the 1970s produced a halfway peak at the end of December 1974 and corrected to the lows of August 1976 before resuming the rally into 1980. The correction lasted 20 months. This ties to the important 18 month or 540 degree/day cycle I have written about that dominates […]

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