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04-09-2005, 09:00 AM






04-09-2005, 09:03 AM

1935vs. today's market....very spooky:


and yes i'm about to jump back in....:^


04-09-2005, 09:59 AM

04-09-2005, 10:02 AM
"cut and paste job"

The Four Horsemen Blow Into Town. http://traders-talk.com/mb2/style_emoticons/default/bear.gif

http://jessel.100megsfree3.com/DJIACrshTrk.gif (http://jessel.100megsfree3.com/DJIACrshTrk.gif)

A Picture Worth a Million Words http://traders-talk.com/mb2/style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif

http://www.safehaven.com/article-2861.htm (http://www.safehaven.com/article-2861.htm)

Whoa There Nelly! http://traders-talk.com/mb2/style_emoticons/default/bye.gif

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The Fed's Dilemma By The Incomparable Doug Noland

I believe the coming weeks in the markets - and perhaps next week in particular - will be decisive. I sense a lot of "hoping" by market participants. And markets are not typically accommodative to those clinging to hopes and prayers. There is hope that a slowing U.S. and global economy will stem escalating global inflationary pressures and bail out the highly leveraged and speculative U.S. bond market. There is hope that the darkening clouds of financial scandal and systemic fragility will spook the Fed, state attorneys general, OFHEO, the regulatory community and Congress into forbearance and passivism. There's also a lot of hope that U.S. equities will be able to muster the much anticipated rally. There is similarly much hope that the recent shallow decline in yields is not the best the bond bear has to offer. There is, as well, hope that the dollar has stabilized.

All the complacency and hopefulness has left curiously little room for fear. I've always appreciated the old adage, "You know you're in a bear market when people are losing money but feeling pretty good about it." http://traders-talk.com/mb2/style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif

http://www.safehaven.com/article-2870.htm (http://www.safehaven.com/article-2870.htm)

Bullish Percent Of SP500 Testing Its 200 DMA

Reference Mr Dev's Chart http://traders-talk.com/mb2/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif

Uncle Buck:

http://jessel.100megsfree3.com/DXDaily.gif (http://jessel.100megsfree3.com/DXDaily.gif)

IMF warns of $100 oil.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned today that oil prices will remain high for decades to come because of rising demand from developing countries, like China and India.

How high does the IMF think oil prices can go? The IMF predicts that oil will rise to the $67 to $96 range.

Worse yet, the IMF is worried that oil could jump to over $100 a barrel if there is a supply disruption.
"To the extent that there is some kind of a supply disruption, 100 dollars a barrel does not seem outlandish."
In case you forgot, I want to remind you that Goldman Sachs warned that oil prices could go as high as $105 a barrel last week.

http://www.martinweiss.com/CPS/Article.asp?ArticleID=3274 (http://www.martinweiss.com/CPS/Article.asp?ArticleID=3274)

04-09-2005, 10:12 AM
everyoneshould use my system for detrermining trend....it really rocks:

1. I draw a line across the tops and the bottoms in the time frame I'm looking at.

2. Or I'll drop in a channel tool and let it draw the lines as I establish the time frame.

3. And if all else fails, look at my position, if I'm long the trend is down and if I'm short the trend is up. I'm really good at getting it wrong. http://traders-talk.com/mb2/style_emoticons/default/cry.gif