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Warning bears would get burned . . . . for days now, as we departed our 'complex' March / April projected decline, with an expected continuation (after a rebound) into early May, we were entirely on alert for the market to reverse after...
Contractions and revival . .
Much more volatile action . . . on Wednesday, accurately got us the twin declines in which we suspected the second one would break the June S&P 1100 level solidly in comparison with previous attempts, while the first one (after a...
Greenspeak didn't help follow-through . . . primarily because we apparently were not alone in anticipating that the Fed Chairman would speak in terms of 'uncertainty', as regards strength of the economic recovery overall. That stance (...
Dramatic snapbacks . . . alternated with sharp pullbacks at midday, to result in the impressively firm upside romp today; very much in harmony with the pattern outlook, as denoted intraday, and with a hunch that yesterdays breadth and '...
Complex crosscurrents . . . continue to roil the markets, as they have since warning a month ago that we were looking at a short-term topping process, that stocks should not be chased on 'confirmation' of strength then, and that this is...
Nailed Wednesday action . . . for another consecutive day of calls that defied most of the prevailing logic about this holiday-shortened trading week. Most conventional wisdom would have had merely lethargic action characterizing this...
Heaviness prevailed . . . across many sectors, which does not come as a surprise to readers here; who have recognized that the market was fighting not only an extended short-term technical condition, but a couple other factors prevalent...
Distribution of sorts . . . has been evident for over a week now, as per warnings in these Daily Briefings, not to join the crowd in chasing breakouts, as welcomed as of course they are, in harmony with the idea that projected '...
Not wasting a moment . . . on Wednesday, the market cobbled together almost the exact kind of pattern speculated about; one led by the Dow Industrials, but it is very normal given the necessity for Senior Averages to lead, and the average...

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