Is the market ready for another fall?

Discussion in 'Index Futures' started by 1000, Mar 12, 2010.

What do I know, what to I care, 1000's just another waste of space and time

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  1. bullish

    10 vote(s)
    17.9%
  2. bearish

    24 vote(s)
    42.9%
  3. neutral

    7 vote(s)
    12.5%
  4. don't care

    15 vote(s)
    26.8%
  1. 1000

    1000

  2. Grand tsunami coming in 2011.
    Right now, this is the "fake-out" "break-out".
     
  3. no
     
  4. 1000

    1000

  5. 1000

    1000

    http://www.google.com/publicdata/ex...type=l&met_y=ny_gdp_mktp_cd&hl=en_US&dl=en_US

    Is this sustainable?
    World Economy:
    1960 - 2001 = $30 trillion
    2001 - 2010 = $30 trillion - $60 trillion

    A global economy that doubles itself in less than 10 years when it took a generation to achieve the same.

    There's something wrong here, or what isn't right?

    This just looks like a political farce: printing money to buy votes.

    The Oxford English Dictionary definition of farce:

    "Dramatic work meant merely to cause laughter, often by presenting ludicrously improbable events; this branch of drama; absurdly futile proceeding(s)."
     
  6. 1000

    1000

    bullish (6) 25%

    bearish (9) 37.50%

    neutral (3) 12.50%

    don't care (6) 25.00%

    April 9th 2010

    50% of voters neutral to bearish.

    Are we in for bigger more dramatic falls this time round, because of a lack of short sellers?
     
  7. jax88

    jax88

    I'm ready to short 88s and above. Good chance we will test 88s again overnight Friday. I'll be aggressive selling those.
     
  8. 1000

    1000

    What ever happened to buy the rumor and sell the news!

    The Dow should be trading at around 12500 right now, but I figured that the money on the sidelines is waiting for a slight correction.

    It looks like the Dow may re-test its 200 day moving average and test 9800 - 9900, before moving higher (about a 10 per cent correction).

    It's just looks too much like a head and shoulders move right now.
     
  9. 1000

    1000

    bullish (8) 21.05%
    bearish (14) 36.34%
    neutral (5) 13.16%
    don't care (11) 28.95%

    April 21st 2010

    50% of voters neutral to bearish.

    Is the 1000 daily moving average zero sum?
    Is the market going to correct down to around the 200 daily moving average (9000 - 10000 on the Dow)?

    Of course it is, the market move now is similar to the market move in April 2001 and February - March 2002

    It's not just a case of unemployment now, but one of people being economically inactive.
     
    #10     Apr 21, 2010