Mark J Lundeen

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This week, the Dow Jones closed below scoring position, more than 5% from an all-time high three times; on Tuesday, Wednesday and again on Friday.  This is something that has not happened in the past year; three daily closes outside of...
The Dow Jones closed down from last week, but not by much.  Which is a bit amazing, as in the last nine NYSE trading sessions, the Dow Jones closed up for the day in only two, and down for seven of them.  And after two weeks of that, the...
On Monday, the Dow Jones made its 50th BEV Zero in the Bear’s Eye View chart below for the past year. Then on Tuesday, the Dow Jones, along with the rest of the market began selling off, but remained well within scoring position. All this...
This week there was plenty to comment on in the stock market, such as the Dow Jones closing at a BEV Zero (new all-time high) for four of five days.  Nothing wrong with that, as long as one keeps one’s market analysis at a superficial...
This week I’m taking a break from my usual format of market commentary.  This market has become tedious, with week after week the same old stuff.  So instead, this week I’m focusing on how Mr Bear sees the Dow Jones and the Barron’s Gold...
As expected, the Dow Jones closed this week at a new all-time high, a BEV Zero in its BEV Chart below.  This is the 43rd since it began making new all-time highs last November 16th, and since then hasn’t closed outside of scoring position...
This week the Dow Jones rediscovered its primary purpose in life; to once again advance into market history, to inflate its valuation to something above its last all-time high of 35,625, seen last August 16th. It closed this week with a...
A week ago on Thursday, the Dow Jones closed with a BEV value of -5.00%, which was a daily close outside of scoring position.  It was just the tiniest bit outside.  No matter, it was still a daily close not within 5% of its last all-time...
The Dow Jones since November 4th of last year, has closed at a new all-time high (0.00% = BEV Zero); forty-one times in the Bear’s Eye View chart below, or in scoring position; closing within 5% of a BEV Zero. That is until Thursday of...
Last Tuesday night, with the Dow Jones closing with a BEV value of -4.79%, I didn’t think it could happen, that the Dow Jones would close each following day within scoring position, within 5% from its last all-time high. But after this...
A gold nugget can be worth three to four times the value of the gold it contains because they are so rare.

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