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Strategies & Market Trends
Technical analysis for shorts & longs
An SI Board Since July 1996
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Emcee:  Johnny Canuck Type:  Unmoderated
If you accept the twin thesis that shorts are easier to identify than longs and that good technical analysis is a vital part of a successful short or put, then this thread is for you.

The months of June and July 1996 have made many of us aware that markets not only go up...

Stocks go down ultimately for fundamental reasons. But these reasons are often foreshadowed by technical indications. Quick run-ups, momentum plays, hyped up stocks and entire sectors often set-up disasters, and technical analysis can show the writing on the wall... well before the wall is even visible.

Several SI participants who have exchanged ideas, perhaps inappropriately, on other threads are looking for exchanges here on the technical/charting elements that help predict disasters about to happen. Anyone who is interested in learning about and contributing to an understanding of technical analysis is welcomed. We encourage new ideas for short positions as well as contrarian ideas -- as long as they focus on the announced topic.

Welcome!

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52994To be honest I kind of put that on the back burner when the market took off as qReturn to Sender-Wednesday
52993Wondering how your analysis of the preferred/dividend/interest worksheets was goaccountant-Wednesday
52992The majority of employees in the USA have been working in service related positiReturn to Sender-Monday
52991Despite all the volatility all the indices remain on a neutral signal. Only thJohnny Canuck-Monday
52990I think it was a trend before but like many things the pandemic will accelerate Johnny Canuck-Monday
52989A lot of these jobs won’t come back as companies will invest in automation vs rekidl-Monday
52988Nearly 50 percent without jobs in US in May cnbc.comJohnny Canuck1Monday
52987Despite volatility SP500, DOW and DOW transports still in a sideways pattern. CJohnny Canuck-June 25
52986Options traders are rushing into gold miners as coronavirus cases surge cnbc.coJohnny Canuck-June 23
52985All indices still in a sideways pattern. Only notable events are the DOW transpoJohnny Canuck1June 22
52984China aims to complete its own GPS system, giving Beijing military independence Johnny Canuck1June 22
52983You embarrass me.FUBHO-June 21
52982Now if that is not a motivation for negative rates what is ? LOLThe Black Swan-June 21
52981Bank deposits increase at historical rate cnbc.comJohnny Canuck1June 21
52980As per usual my namesake will be cited and no one will have seen it coming LOL..The Black Swan-June 21
52979I don't want to get into a long discussion on politics but as Canadians we sJohnny Canuck3June 21
52978The world would be lost forever if Joe Biden is elected. That is how critical tFUBHO3June 21
52977Are we entering the lost decade? m.youtube.comJohnny Canuck-June 21
52976Nothing will be normal m.youtube.com Part of a series on economic predictions.Johnny Canuck-June 20
52975Signal is now neutral as the indices enter a start of sideways patterns. It neeJohnny Canuck5June 19
52974Local solution to a national problem Tenino WA using wooden money grow.acorns.Johnny Canuck-June 19
52973This is what we were concerned about, the COMPQ breaking support at the previousJohnny Canuck1June 11
52972Only time for a quick update. SP500 and DOW essentially moving sideways at the Johnny Canuck2June 10
52971U.S. lawmakers propose $22.8 bln in aid to semiconductor industry June 10, 2020Johnny Canuck1June 10
52970Effects of COVID-19 on the hotel industry mckinsey.comJohnny Canuck-June 10
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