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Friday, April 29, 2011

Market Timing-Whats Next -April 29th- expanding triangle


STILL looks like we could see this wave unfold in May 2011
Jay

7 comments:

Jay Strauss said...

I suppose you think its normal for the dow to stand alone wile the spx & nasdaq lag behind aT MUCH LOWER VALUES IN comparison

maybe they will catch up at the close?

I doubt that.

Jay

Abdullah said...

Jay - The DOW is 30 stocks.. they can punch program buttons and move that pretty easily. The S&P and nasdaq however are much wider index's and not as easy to move around. So, while the DOW is up 50, the NASD is red by 7 and the S&P is flat.

Jay Strauss said...

Abdullah
thats not what I meant

THE DOW STANDS ALONE
hi ho the derry oh the dow stands alone

GOLD, stocks & OIL

NO REASON TO SELL

Erik Hadik says stocks, bonds, gold, reaching important targets
NEXT WEEK CRITICAL

Jay

Abdullah said...

I just want to see DOWN HARD to reset all charts.

Abdullah said...

We Have Potential Financial Implosions

- The precarious financial derivatives exposure: A $670 trillion, high-risk, out-of-control casino that's highly leveraged versus the $50 trillion total annual GDP of all nations. We forget that derivatives almost destroyed global economies in 2008-2009 and could once again by 2012.

Abdullah said...

- In the three years beginning in 2012, more than $700 billion in risky, high-yield corporate debt will start to mature. And that could drop a hammer down on the junk bond market.

Abdullah said...

- The European Central Banks (ECB's) Financial Stability Review said in the first week of June that banks must renew about 800 billion euros ($950 billion) in debt by the end of 2012, and that they would be competing head-on with governments in the bond markets.

- A new study obtained by CNBC says Americans are $6.6 trillion short of what they need to retire. The study, conducted by Boston College's Center for Retirement Research, says savings have been squeezed by declines in stock and housing values.