Ok. You may have seen my joking around posts, but now I am going to get serious and want to discuss general market action that we might come to expect over the next few months or years. First, lets turn back the time to 2000 and study the SPX. Below I have an equivolume chart and, as you can see, bounces were easy to predict based upon the following criteria: 1) The RSI indicated an oversold condition. 2) Price went way below both the Bollinger and Keltner lines. 3) Expanded volume. Price would then bounce to just over the 20 day average before another good selloff would occur. The indication of the bottom was the double-bottom in 2002. These were good swings and a swing trader (today) could play a double long or double short etf and make considerable cash within a few months. Note that some of the bounces on the chart were 30% which means 60% in terms of a double long etf. Before I move on to the next slide, note the price of 1530.01 at the top which I will note in my next post on this issue.