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Relief Rally Setup?

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Relief Rally Setup? The market surged on the open following Monday’s run the stops drop on the run-off. Then another fade job which frankly took me by surprise. That said, the SPX poked its nose above the 3710-15 key square region and dove downtown. When it broke below the 3685 idealized support level, it tacked on another […]

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There’s Something Happening Here

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There’s Something Happening Here “The perfect dictatorship would have the appearance of a democracy, but would basically be a prison without walls in which the prisoners would not even dream of escaping. It would essentially be a system of slavery where, through consumption and entertainment, the slaves would lover their servitudes.” Aldous Huxley, 1931 Why […]

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Free Falling

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“My expectation is that we get a Selling Climax into late September/early October based on cycles that have exerted their influence in 2022. In a tape that is already wicked, the potential for whiplash is present today in what is bound to be a doozy of an FOMC Cha Cha Cha. This is where you […]

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Is History About To Be Made

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Recently, we wrote of the convergence of geometric cycles: 1)      90 days/degrees from the June 17th low of the year is mid-September 2)      Late September is 180 days/degrees from the late March peak 3)      NINE months or 270 days/degrees from the January 4th all-time high is October 4th. As well, using the August 16th secondary high, which was identified in time […]

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The First Mouse Gets the Squeeze, the Second Mouse Gets the Cheese

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“Monday was day 4 of the rebound. Where might we expect this rebound to end? Last week we noted that 360 degrees up from the September low is 4140. Monday the SPX pushed to 4119. Remarkably it sits just below 4140 as we are in waiting mode for today’s CPI… Indeed the SPY is at a Time/Price square-out on […]

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The Method That Called this Leg Down

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The Method That Called this Leg Down Yesterday’s report indicated that, despite the oversold nature of the market, we could still expect Wednesday to see another sharp decline. It was an extremely choppy session, with many rally attempts from the key 50% retrace of the June/August range (3981) but the runoff saw the market get […]

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The Mother Of Stock Market Crashes

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The Mother Of Stock Market Crashes “…We will FORCEFULLY fight inflation…” Powell puts the nail in the bull coffin at Jackson Hole as he injects a new word One week ago on Monday, August 22, the title of the Hit and Run Morning Report was, “My Advice, Panic Now and Avoid the Rush.” The rush […]

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Jackson Hope

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Jackson Hope “Bear markets have three stages– sharp down, reflexive rebound, and a drawn-out fundamental downtrend.” Bob Farrell Late Tuesday we tweeted on the Hit and Run Private Twitter Feed that a rally attempt was on deck for Wednesday. There were several indications to suggest a rally: 1) The SPX 3 Day Chart turned down on Tuesday […]

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Where Is the Market Going?

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Where Is the Market Going? “When price and time are squared, expect a change in trend. If you want to predict the future, look to the past.” W.D. Gann There are two major tops so far in 2022 in the SPX. These two tops were on January 4th and March 29th. There were plunges after each top…14.5% […]

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Gilligan’s Island

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Gilligan’s Island In my Hit and Run books from the late 1990s, I showed a strategy called Gilligan’s Island. A Gilligan sell is a gap up to a new 60-day high with a close at/near session lows. (Reverse the rules for a Gilligan buy) Thursday the SPX and the QQQ both left Gilligan to sell signals. Interestingly, after gapping […]

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