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Kirk's Market Thoughts
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6728I remember when a 10% correction was considered a bear. Here's the latest PFintas-3 hours ago
6727Monday the markets are closed for Presidents Day. On Tuesday the SPX 60 min 60-northam-yesterday
6726Being a Cali boy, maybe you learned some lessons from Reagan. "The Great CWinfastorlose1yesterday
6725Thanks for explaining... or trying! LOL I did well in school but languages wereKirk ©-yesterday
6724That is default in the chart shown in a previous post. And yes the program stillFintas1yesterday
6723Kirk, That would not be an accurate statement. northam-yesterday
6722Thanks for the update. What is different about your parameter settings and the Kirk ©-yesterday
6721HI Kirk, This is a very bullish development. In Frost and Pechtor's book, robert b furman-yesterday
6720Yeah, I agree. I got relatively light near the top last year based on asset alKirk ©-yesterday
6719RUT. Here's a trend. Not show is a RSI that is still in O's and at 37.2Fintas1yesterday
6718This is a broad market rally. It is not thin. Bears are completely screwed. LWinfastorlose-yesterday
6717Very bullish Russell 2000! WOW! [graphic]Kirk ©-yesterday
6716For example, I recently posted a chart with a neckline and arrow pointing to theKirk ©-yesterday
6715Thanks but why not just say "With the S&P 500 having passed 2770, I preKirk ©-yesterday
6714The SPX 60 min today at the close of the 3rd hour confirmed a 60-E-2 (due 2/20/1northam-yesterday
6713The SPX 60 min today at the close of the 1st hour confirmed a 60-2 (due 2/19/19)northam-yesterday
67122525 is still my target. That is my target for the bull count and the bear counPOKERSAM1yesterday
6711Don't forget.... “Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's aboutKirk ©1Thursday
6710may be all true but there sure are a lot of IF'S in there. one translation ithe traveler1Thursday
6709The SPX 60 min today closed below it’s UTL, so tomorrow a 60-S-1 (due 2/19/19) inortham-Thursday
6708I'm not seeing anything going down to 2525 anytime soon. I have 2 possible northam1Thursday
6707I read you now call for 2525.... I see three bullish patterns on this chart now Kirk ©1Thursday
6706Hi Kirk, Keep in mind the treasury is collecting billions (Tariffs). Pay rollsrobert b furman1Wednesday
6705Krugman's a puppet. Data centers are a safe bet. If you lose popularity , robert b furman1Wednesday
6704It is crazy... and to be "that cheap" they are probably three stories Kirk ©-Wednesday
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