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STMP Case Study: How to Profit with the Square of 9 Wheel

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“My calculations are based on the cycle theory and on mathematical sequences.” -W.D. Gann STMP has been on a tear, ripping from 112 to 142 in just 6 sessions. The spike to new highs presented a perfected time/price square-out shorting opportunity Tuesday morning, and we sent out an alert shortly after the open to short STMP. Let’s […]

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Jeff Cooper: The Message of the Parabolic Nasdaq

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The Nasdaq has gone parabolic this year, culminating with a big rebound off a rising trendline, eliciting a new record high last week. However, it’s also kissing resistance defined by a shorter-term trendline from the March high (see the green line on the chart): The NAZ low in November was 5034. Using 503 to work […]

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Jeff Cooper: Is Gold About to Explode?

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“Prices are governed by Time Time causes Prices to change. Time angels are resistant to Price.” -W.D. Gann Yesterday’s report shows gold’s big picture ending down-wedge. As indicated, a breakout over the declining trendline could trigger an explosive advance. See weekly gold from yesterday here again: At the same time gold shows this ending down-wedge, […]

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Feeding the Ducks?

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An historic contraction in volatility this year cooked up a whack-a-mole stew of selling volatility. Every time the market got hit, it was just another Sunday at Church for the Buy the Dip Congregation. Lately, it seems like it’s Sunday every day. The bounce back from last Wednesday’s air pocket set the land speed record […]

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AAOI: The Power of Putting the Pieces Together

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Applied Optoelectronics (AAOI) was a long setup for Monday from the Nightly Stock Report. The setup was based on two things: 1) AAOI turned its 3 Day Chart down on Thursday for the first time since April 5. The turndown perpetuated a reversal as AAOI left a large range outside up day (LROD) on Thursday. Note […]

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Jeff Cooper: Is the Train Coming Off the Tracks?

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“You said no strings could secure you at the station Platform ticket, restless diesels, goodbye windows.” -White Room, Cream After Monday’s new high SPX close above 2400, they had very opportunity to gun the stops above 2400 yesterday but failed to do so. Amongst the heavy weights, only IBM and MSFT were doing heavy lifting. […]

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Can the Market Be Predicted?

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“Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better. “ Albert Einstein “There is no logical way to the discovery of these elemental laws. There is only the way of intuition, which is helped by a feeling for the order lying behind the appearance.” Albert Einstein “Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.” […]

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Jeff Cooper: Fabrinet and the Power of the Square of 9 Chart

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We’ve been buzzing about a low in Fabrinet (FN) for the past week, based on what looked like an Exhaustion Gap and Gilligan buy signal on 5/3. As my Square of 9 chart  shows, $31-$32 and May 3 set up an idealized time/price square-out: (click here to enlarge) Interestingly, FN undercut the bottom rail of […]

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Jeff Cooper: The Lobotomized Market of 2017

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Joe Kennedy, the father of JFK, made most of his money in the stock market in the 1920’s. Famously, he avoided the 1929 Crash. As the story goes he sold his entire portfolio days before the crash. As Joe told the story he exited the stock market after a shoeshine boy gave him some stock […]

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Is It Dawn or Dusk for Elon Musk?

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I like TSLA, the car. The stock makes no sense to me. They are losing $13,000 a car. They are burning through $500,000 a month. Remember over a year ago when Elon Musk was pooh-poohing the price of his own stock? Was that a ruse? But I have enough sense to have known not to […]

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