Thursday, May 27, 2010

S&P500 E-Mini - Hourly Chart - Channels and Fib levels

The "Channels" are our guide and but the FIB levels always come first.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


The picture has now become clearer in the short term.
Key Pivot level is 1.214. If this level breaks we should have one more push down to the fib cluster between 1.1691 to 1.1898.

Long term targets are 1.1338, 1.0310 and .8988. Will provide a chart at later date.

"Remember this is just One Man's Opinion"

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The "Big Picture" for NZDUSD

We should see a good bounce in short order but if you take a look at the "Big Picture" further weakness should be ahead. However, after this downtrend ends we should see a substantial and relative out-performance of this pair against other currencies.

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"Remember this is just One Man's Opinion"


TARGETING 1.0663 AND 1.0606

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Monday, May 24, 2010

The Markets have Showed their Hand

As per my previous post it looks like the market has taken the alternate count. However if we break the May 6th lows again, which may happen overnight, we will visit the 1000 to 1020 area in a swift and decisive manner. From that level as all round number tend to act as significant support or resistance. When price approaches we should see some kind of bounce. It is very much possible the travel to this level will be very complex and many head fakes on the way there. As I look at the real time chart as I write we are at midst of a break of the low from last Thursday. If this double bottom holds we should see a rally up to the 1110 to 1120 area. The market showed its predictive hand and it is not going to be for the faint of heart investing in equity, commodity and currency over the next 2 to 3 years. There will be great trading opportunities for the trader type mind however for the majority of the population cash will be king as we muddle through this most difficult period. There is nothing wrong in being in cash but the key to cash is that you have too be fearless when the opportunity presents itself. I believe we will be witnessing the ultimate bottom within the next 2 to 6 years, which will set the stage for another great bull market that should begin between 2018 and 2020 and last for 10 to 12 years.

"Remember this is just One Man's Opinion"

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Since May 6th the market has demonstrated that the crash on that day was more than just a "fat finger". Like I said before, May 6th was an omen of things to come. We will see a few more of these crash like days over the next few years. No matter what governments do, inevitable price will continue where it wants to go. The market should trade in a choppy fashion over the next 2 to 4 weeks. We are in the midst of a wave 4 correction on the daily. My feeling is that this correction maybe more complex than most believe. Due to the fact that the wave 2 correction on the daily chart was very simple, thus wave 4 will trade in a frustrating pattern. It is possible that we trade one more time to the 1160 to 1170 area of the s&p500 to complete a 4th wave flat type correction. Any close on the weekly chart below 1080, the S&P500 will be visiting 1000 faster than anyone believes. The structure of the market is showing bearish implications, this 1st wave of Primary wave 3 is providing us a glimpse of what is to come over the next 2 to 3 years. After wave 1 of primary wave 3 is complete we may see one more rally to 1200 on the S&P500 just to suck everyone in for the biggest leg of this bear market and that is wave 3 of primary wave 3 or as most Elliotticians say the 3rd of 3rd wave. If wave 3s are never the shortest and usually the most dynamic; just imagine how dynamic and fast the 3rd of 3rd will be compared to this current structure. Any longterm investors should be in cash right now and wait for the buying opportunity of our lifetime within the next 4 years.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010


Below are the targets if GBYJPY if we breaks the May 6th low

Monday, May 10, 2010

Where is all this Money going to come from?

Where is all this money going to come from? It looks like the next crises is going to be a funding crises. Debt ratios won’t matter anymore because there is just not enough money to go around fund all these bailouts. Eventually the investor in the debt will want more than just few % points and may decide we just have too much of all this debt that in the end will never be paid out. When are these governments going to learn that these Debt crises cannot be solved with more Debt. These bailouts in the end are only pushing the problem out to a later date. The market is bigger than any government thus these bailouts are not going to help the EURO and the overall market over the next few years because price is always goes where it wants to go. The really reason the market crashed last week is because it was “TIME” for the market to do down and “TIME” in the end is always the most important factor for market reversals. The end game is not pretty unless these governments are willing to let the free market decide what should happen. I do realize if they did nothing there would be a lot of pain but at least it would be done within couple years instead just hanging on for the inevitable.

"Remember this is just One Man's Opinion"

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Does this worry anyone?

Friday, May 7, 2010


Wow! What a day yesterday and this will be one for the ages. We had a complete panic yesterday and in hindsight there were many clues telling us this was possible. Now the media is fumbling a long trying to explain why this happened. Can you believe they are blaming it on a fat finger. Someone just happened to pressed the billion share button instead of the million share button. I do not know who they are trying fool but unfortunately 95% of investors will believe this and continue not to recognize the significance of yesterdays market crash. It was not the fat finger but "TIME" that triggered this fall. It was the biggest one day drop ever and I still feel that there continues to be too much complacency even after such an event. Now we may get a snap back rally to 1160 on the S&P500 but I feel the market did give us a hint of what is to come. Over the weekend we should here central banks around the world talk about intervention and possible measure to stem further volatility. This may support the market over the next week but just like the 2008 meltdown the market is just too big for any central bank to stop price from going to where it wants going to go. The key level on the downside over the next few weeks is the 1070 level on the S&P500. If we break this level with momentum and close below the February low this could be the start of a wave down that will be larger than the 2008 wave down. The name of the game over the next few months will be volatility.

Below is my Master Weekly Chart for the S&P Emini.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010


As per the last blog entry the "Critical Juncture", it was "Time" for the market to correct. Now the big question; “is this the start of something bigger”? As per my previous chart all markets have reached their primary targets for a meaningful reversal. The first wave down is now complete and the ensuing retracemement will give us a hint of what to expect over the next few months. It is very much possibly that we may see one more high this year as long as we stay above the February lows. The current correction was impulsive in nature so we must all be aware that this could be the big one. What I mean by that is that we could be in the midst of the 3rd wave down. The 3rd wave is never the shortest and usually the largest and most dynamic wave. If this is the case we may see the market retrace the majority or more of the rise over the last 14months. My gut feel is that we correct over the next few months to setup a year end rally that may carry into the q1 of 2011, and rise either new highs or lower highs. Therefore setting up for a major correction in the next bear market cycle in 2011 to 2013.

Forecasting is not exact but I use it as tool to understand the primary trend. It is very important to understand that flexibility is paramount in forecasting market trends. The market trends could last a lot longer than anyone can imagine thus you must always be aware of the alternate scenario. That is why when I do provide my analysis it may look like I am contradicting myself but actually I am just protecting myself. I can always guarantee that the market is going up or down but determine the trend and knowing what the primary trend can save you a lot in the long run.

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Monday, May 3, 2010

Critical Juncture

The market place is at one of those junctures where time is now the most important indicator for all markets. As Gann says "TIME" is always the most important indicator to all others. Not an exact quote but ultimately that is what he meant. Stock Indexes have completed 99% of possible retracement of the bear market decline. Currencies are also at a specific juncture where we could see a temporary retracement of the primary trend of the US$. The US$ is in a powerful bull market that has surprised many people however many wave counters such as myself, new that an impeding reversal was about to come. Psychology on the US$ was at extreme bearishness in November and December of 2009, but now we see the opposite sentiment. Thus, over the next week or 2 we should see a temporary and short lived reversal of the US$ strength. Therefore Euro and Yen strength could emerge, since they make up a good % of the US% index. This strength will be temporary and may only last 2 to 4 weeks. The next leg up in the US$ will be significant and may drive the Euro down to 1.20 or lower.

I will be posting a few charts over the next day or 2 to show you what I am seeing.



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