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  1. Nov Wk2 PP & Fibo

    Here are the updated Pivot Points from last week, the previous 4 weeks, and our Fibonacci levels from our 21 October 1101.36 swing high to our recent 2 November 1019.39 swing low.

    Just a quick glance tells us the 1085 level should be a major level we need to break through. We can also see we've closed above both our weekly & monthly pivot points and have retraced more than 50%.

    Weekly Pivot Points 2-6 Nov (thin gold, green & red lines)
    R2 1098.82

    Updated 11-08-2009 at 12:33 AM by JTH

  2. Close Enough

    I have to make this quick tonight as I have a flight to catch tomorrow morning.

    We did not get a seven sentinels buy signals today. But it was about as close as it could get without actually triggering one.

    I am not concerned. Although I would have like to see BPCOMPQ show a little bit of upward movement.

    Here's the charts:

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    All four are on a buy here.

    Transfer to G fund for Friday 3/18/04-$trin-jpg
  3. Another Mixed Day

    We're up, we're down, we're up again.

    We had another mixed day with more volatility. The C fund tacked on some very modest gains after being up close to 1.5%. The S fund, while not advancing as high intraday as the C fund, was up over 1%, but fell by a moderate -.6% by the close. And the I fund, up around 2% at one point, ended the day with a nice 1% gain.

    This action seems to indicate we are in the process of bottoming on this correction. And the seven sentinels seem ...
  4. Risk is Back in Vogue

    Another odd day. Yesterday, the C fund finished the day with moderate gains, while the S fund finished in much more modest fashion. Today it was greatly reversed. The C fund had a very modest gain today, while the S fund hit it out of the park.

    So just like that the flight to quality evaporates and risk is back in vogue. Or is it?

    While impressive, the S funds performance today has to be seen for what it is. One day's performance. It remains to be seen if there is to ...
  5. November's Pivot Points

    Here are the monthly and weekly pivot points for November week 1. This shows 1052 is the swinging pivot line and since we are under it that's bearish.

    Here is a live link and it should update for you thoughout the next 2 weeks until my account expires.

    The thick lines are the monthly and the thin the weekly.

    Nov PP
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S&P 500 (C Fund)
DWCPF (S Fund)
Dow Jones U.S. Completion Total Stock Market Index (^DWCPF)
EFA (I Fund)
iShares MSCI EAFE Index (EFA)
AGG (F Fund)
iShares Lehman Aggregate Bond (AGG)