Gene Inger

Articles by Gene Inger

Persistent erosion . . . characterized Wednesday's action, in harmony with our call for an ideal down-up-down overall session (the up's were minimal), after the belief on Tuesday that the quality of the rally (particularly the upward final...
Persisting faith . . . in a 'soup-bowl-like' morning low leading to a filling of 'gap down' opening action (expected to go below the early September low) was the highlight of a pre-Expiration Wednesday, although it was certainly a market...
One year after . . . America's second 'Day of Infamy' tragically cut-short the lives of so many innocent Americans; many of whom were in the financial or travel industries, the Nation is coping, if still traumatized, by the unimaginable...
Swooning along . . . the path of corrective action, Wednesday's stock market once more was hit, although there really weren't the news-related 'jolts' recent breakdowns were characterized by. That has some meaning to an otherwise soporific...
A besieged market . . . continued resisting technical overtures to reverse, though it became more interesting as we again penetrated those old September panic lows (of course the façade of not have breeched that area existed only in the...
Marauding media muckrakers . . set-the-stage for Tuesday's plunge, then more or less 'old' news (did anyone trust WorldCom for several years already?) let some sort of mini-capitulation engulf the market; more so in the overnight S&P...
Staggered rallying behavior . . . was the expectation for Wednesday; as we warned not to expect too dramatic a follow-through, but the probability of challenging or even surpassing the prior Tuesday's highs, as over-confident short-sellers...
Good evening; An 'indecision' pattern . . . dominated most of Wednesday's trading; a rangebound day yet-again, that has prompted all kinds of talk about enduring lackluster action for the markets. The craziest of all surrounds ideas that...
Rumors of Bin Laden's capture . . . were denied later on, but generally were what was attributed as igniting Wed.'s late rebound behavior. When you have lethargic or negative price action, day-after-day, there may not be a compelling...
Harmonious behavior . . . was delivered on Wednesday to Tuesday night's forecast that Wednesday would not emulate the previous two sessions, during which we just comfortably held single-effort guideline S&P longs for virtually each...

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