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To: Fintas who wrote (7938)5/5/2012 6:41:09 AM
From: Fintas
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Some people are actually sleeping at 3 Am ish. Then there are those who see things in x's and o's using point and figure that just want to look deeper.

And I just did. Using a 54/27/18/9 and a 6 value box.

Looking at previous views re near term, 10 week, 30 week momentums

Looking at bullish percents for each index

Looking at each sector

And throwing some TIME in there.

Here's what I'm presenting

What I stated in an earlier post and in blue below. Unless there is some EVENT any of the numbers below are PROBABLE. IMHO.


"THAT COULD result in a 1324-1306 with the lean 1318."


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To: Fintas who wrote (7939)5/5/2012 7:49:54 AM
From: bearshark
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At first blush, that 1324 looks better. Maybe a little higher. I have to count some things.

PS: I bet you are sleeping now.

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To: Fintas who wrote (7939)5/5/2012 8:26:21 AM
From: bearshark
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If I was a gambler, which I am not, I would bet on a NASDAQ stock--preferably with a catalyst. If the market opens down big on Monday and shows that it wants to come back by the afternoon, I could be tempted to buy something that I would sell by Tuesday afternoon.

On the other hand, I might be more interested in working in my gardens.

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To: humble1 who wrote (7932)5/5/2012 9:51:16 AM
From: Hawkmoon
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It's going to be VERY interesting to see whether you, or Ground Zero, have the proper analysis on the SPX direction.

He's calling a "Triple Sell" right now:

Message 28126049

Hawk

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From: zman695/5/2012 9:52:34 PM
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"In a marked shift of emphasis, Olli Rehn, the EU’s top economic official, will on Saturday call for additional government spending for large-scale infrastructure projects, arguing there is not sufficient private-sector demand to create jobs."

ft.com 

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To: humble1 who wrote (7932)5/5/2012 10:33:02 PM
From: Runomo™
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Explanation: Rising as the Sun sets, tonight's Full Moon could be hard to miss. Remarkably, its exact full phase (May 6 03:36 UT) will occur less than two minutes after it reaches perigee, the closest point to Earth in the Moon's orbit, making it the largest Full Moon of 2012. The Full Perigee Moon will appear to be some 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a Full Moon near apogee, the most distant point in the elliptical lunar orbit. In comparison, though, it will appear less than 1 percent larger and almost as bright as April's Full Moon, captured in this telephoto image rising over suburban Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. For that lunation, Full Moon and perigee were about 21 hours apart. Of course, if you manage to miss May's Full Perigee Moon, make a note on your calendar. Your next chance to see a Full Moon close to perigee, will be next year on June 23.

apod.nasa.gov 





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To: Runomo™ who wrote (7944)5/6/2012 1:18:37 AM
From: humble1
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beautiful picture ... thanks

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To: Hawkmoon who wrote (7942)5/6/2012 5:58:08 AM
From: humble1
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Hawkmoon: Interesting but I don't play that short term game. However, I see he has an eight handle head start since the time stamp on his post is well after the close and 8 handles higher to his benefit. lol/rotf!!!

rubbish.

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To: zman69 who wrote (7943)5/6/2012 12:05:29 PM
From: humble1
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zman: thanks! really important, major change ... we are living through fiat history! the "unlimited funds" which would be available by allowing direct emergency borrowing from the ECB is, is, is ... i don't have a word since it is such an enormous change.

i can't imagine germany staying in the euro but then it has benefitted most by the euro, so i can't imagine it getting out!

fascinating!!!

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To: humble1 who wrote (7947)5/6/2012 12:22:55 PM
From: llap
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H1: Interesting how commodities have not reacted to any money injections like the stock market did. I hope it is the end of the commodity boom and the start of the real economy boom, but I am not sure...
Of note is how the Dow-Gold ratio popped up out of the falling wedge it was in since 2000 in February this year. Keeping my fingers crossed...

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