Strategies & Market Trends: Waiting for the big Kahuna  
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February 1, 2010

I have always been interested in predicting major market direction changes and how to benefit from them with option plays. The theme here is about predicting major changes...

- what indicators may serve us to anticipate a major market trend change, and;

- how can we tell the extent of the move coming and when it will occur?

This subject may be timely as many advisors are saying "... times are changed, crashes just can't happened any more." Well I guess recent events has made some changes in their thinking?

What support can you give to ideas pro and con and what do you suggest an investor do to protect him or herself from the unexpected.

Thanks in advance for your interest and postings... and the best of trading to you,

Let us hear your thoughts!


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94357Roger that! William H Huebl-07/05/2014 08:12 PM
94356Thanks for the explanation. Never would have guessed such re BK. And given thatFintas-07/05/2014 12:04 PM
94355It means Big Kahuna. That is what the thread is all about, supposedly. William H Huebl-07/05/2014 10:53 AM
94354Bill.. What's the rule of 18 X's. How's that 40.5 looking with a Fintas-07/05/2014 10:49 AM
94353Vitas...this is all I need to explain. Bac 8.15 to 18 ish and YOU DIDN'T buFintas-07/05/2014 06:33 AM
94352You still can't explain your own analysis to yourself, let alone anyone elseVitas-07/04/2014 11:17 PM
94351Vitas.. I think you have me confused as someone who works for you and is obligeFintas-07/04/2014 05:45 AM
94350Which stocks are long in your core at this time? And what is the target point foVitas-07/04/2014 01:21 AM
94349 972/1458/1944......2430...2916...3068 is a LONG TERM VIEW....At this moment thFintas-07/03/2014 07:44 AM
94348Read this, dated 2/15/2013, at SPX 1520: Link: SI Message 28729568 Then this: Vitas-07/03/2014 02:53 AM
94347Bill what you said was: "It looks to me that we have an upward BK in the mFintas-07/02/2014 04:21 PM
94346So it looks like we are in agreement... William H Huebl-07/02/2014 03:47 PM
94345Bill I'm not watching that closely. However I have put up ranges I considerFintas-07/01/2014 10:10 AM
94344It looks to me that we have an upward BK in the making???  William H Huebl-07/01/2014 08:16 AM
94343Bill: There are many BAD events that can occur that will not require, Iraq, RussFintas-06/30/2014 08:21 AM
94342Well it has to be a big bad event cause the economy and Iraq haven't had an William H Huebl-06/30/2014 12:24 AM
94341Depends on what PNF one is viewing. I've never been concerned about the 205Fintas-06/28/2014 10:56 PM
94340The way is open for the markets to go much higher.... the question is, will econWilliam H Huebl-06/28/2014 06:06 PM
94339Hey... I forgot to mention it but the Bullish Percent Index chart went bullish/cWilliam H Huebl-06/28/2014 05:55 PM
94338While it would seem the markets are long due for another decent pull-back, that William H Huebl-05/28/2014 11:45 AM
94337William: PNF TALK. Whereas, there has been no 3 box reversal for box sizes of 4Fintas-05/28/2014 09:34 AM
94336I think that I have enough "evidence" to look for a decline from tomorVitas-05/26/2014 11:04 PM
94335Paul Hickey, co-founder of Bespoke, says the S&P 500 really has been tradingVitas-05/22/2014 09:30 PM
94333Neat chart - thanks for sharing! William H Huebl-05/11/2014 08:30 PM
94332I posted this elsewhere. Be careful of the shell game and where the peanut is Fintas105/09/2014 11:08 PM
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