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Nasdaq Bottom?
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Emcee:  Mr. Aloha Type:  Unmoderated
Any guesses as to where the Nasdaq will bottom out for the intermediate-term? I've heard predictions as low as 1200.

Personally, I think there's a good chance the low today at 2288 (QQQ 54 1/4) may have been it for a while, or is pretty close to it, despite everyone on CNBC saying we're nowhere near a bottom. I think we're due for a bear market rally for a couple of months before a resumption of the downtrend. Am I crazy?

Please share your thoughts on why the Nasdaq is going lower near-term or why it's going to rally...
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73Well, we got the high volume shakeout mini-crash on the Dow today. I sold my DoMr. Aloha-3/23/2001
72Wouldn't be surprised if we get it tomorrow... I'll probably be coverinMr. Aloha-3/20/2001 may get it.....this is hit and run trading......short or long.....Mongo2116-3/20/2001
70I'd like to see a high volume shakeout mini-crash to shake all the optimistiMr. Aloha-3/20/2001
69Mr. Aloha........I would appreciate your feel for the market right now.....shortMongo2116-3/18/2001
68Hey Parnell -- I think Friday may have been the bottom of this selloff, and we mMr. Aloha-2/26/2001
67Hey, where is everybody? When is the next bottom, are we on our way there now? IParnell-2/13/2001
66Nice run we've had this week. Lightened up considerably today, hoping for aMr. Aloha-1/12/2001
65Congrats!!!!! Excellent call again, today looks like a turn around point..... GROUND ZERO™-1/10/2001
64I'll give you my vote, I think you're right and your presentation is excGROUND ZERO™-1/9/2001
63Just one of my arguments for higher prices in the Nasdaq in the next few weeks. craig crawford-1/6/2001
62D! Is that you? Sure miss you guys. How have you been? Will check in lata, JSharck-1/5/2001
61Nice retest of the 2288 level (hit a low of 2251.71) with positive divergences (Mr. Aloha-1/4/2001
60Right, except it never came off such a high MACD... still, I think 2208 could fiGROUND ZERO™-1/3/2001
59<i>He wondered how as a supposed academic economist (sort of I have a PhD GROUND ZERO™-1/3/2001
58The stochastics on this chart of COMPX are now at their lowest since the bottomsMoominoid-1/3/2001
57I agree. Overshooting the moving average by a huge amount to the downside seems Moominoid-1/3/2001
56I was only speaking about January. I wasn't speaking for the full year. Focraig crawford-1/2/2001
55<i>We didn't know till a year or two later that 1987 wasn't a majoGROUND ZERO™-1/2/2001
54Notlikely. Techs were beaten up too bad. A flat year at best.David Lee Smith-1/2/2001
53well, I hope to heck you're right, but everyone is jumping in that boat, frobob wallace-1/2/2001
52Another 's "list" of beaten downs: Found itnokomis-1/2/2001
51I'm going on record saying that techs bounce nicely in January.craig crawford-1/1/2001
50Hi GZ Precisely. We can't be sure there's been a top until we are a lotMoominoid-1/1/2001
49You may be right, 3000 may be an obstacle for some time... but not forever.....&GROUND ZERO™-12/31/2000
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