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Mark J Lundeen

Mark J Lundeen Articles

Let’s start off as usual, with the Bear’s Eye View (BEV) of the Dow Jones.  This week the Dow Jones closed with a BEV of -8.30%, or 8.30% below its last all-time high.  Last week it closed with a BEV of -8.29%, the difference being a...
Look at the Dow Jones in the BEV chart below.  Since its BEV -21.94% low of September 30th, it’s advanced to a BEV -8.29% in the past thirty NYSE trading sessions.  In dollar terms this is an advance of 5022 points; a nice advance indeed...
As October was an up month, pushing the Dow Jones BEV plot up ten, big BEV points (chart below), I really can’t complain the first week of November saw a bit of a correction in it, with the Dow Jones closing the week down from last Friday...
The low of our current bear market decline was last month; September 30th with a Dow Jones’ Bear Eyes View (BEV) of -21.94%. For the Dow Jones, a BEV of -21.94%, or a 21.94% decline from a bull market’s all-time high isn’t much of a bear...
Here’s a Dow Jones BEV chart going back to 1885.  A Bear’s Eye View (BEV) chart displays the Dow Jones in terms of new all-time highs (0.0% / BEV Zero) and percentage claw-backs on those days the Dow Jones came short of making a new all-...
Last week I wondered if we were due for a bounce in the market. We were, but it lasted only to the close of Tuesday’s trading. From there it was all downhill for the rest of the week, the Dow Jones closing on Friday with a BEV of -20.93%,...
The Dow Jones continues gaining momentum to the downside, this week closing below its BEV -20% line.  This isn’t going to change anytime soon, not for as long as the idiot savants at the FOMC continue denying the financial markets what...
The Dow Jones this week took out its lows of last June, as seen in its BEV chart below.  How much further will the Dow Jones go in its current decline?  I can’t say with certitude, and no one else can either. 
This week the Dow Jones gave up all of last week’s gains.  Moving from last Friday’s BEV -12.63% to below its BEV -15% line at the close of this week. Before we go deeper into this week’s market action, let’s take a moment and study this...
This week the Dow Jones lifted up a bit from its BEV -15% line, closing with a BEV of -12.63%.  What exactly does that mean?  In a BEV plot, all new all-time highs are reduced to a 0.00%, and never more at the Red BEV Zero (0.0%) line. ...

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