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S & P Trend Now Up

By Lupie Gonzales

Hello my fellow stock trading masters. We could be at the birth of another big bull rally.


What am I talking about with so many Americans being jobless, banks being closed down, and house building taking a double douse to the downside?

Fantastic question. It does look ridiculous if you are a one-dimensional life form living in the present.

However you are better than that. You were created this ability to imagine yourself stock trading in the future. This higher level of thinking is what makes you different from other beasts and living organisms that can just think in the here and now. While I acknowledge it’s not as cool as The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy time travel, it can make you a lot of money.

One of the most difficult lessons for rookie stock traders to grab is that the stock market is the future of the economic cycle anywhere from 4 to 8 months. In other terms, all the movement taking place on the stock market right now is a wager on the place we imagine the economy will be 9 months from the present. The stock market is saying to us that in 9 months from now, the unemployment rate will be lower, banks will no longer be failing, and housing construction will strengthen. The earnings season that just ended verified that with 69% of all corporations posting earnings increases from the second quarter of 2009.

The previous week I talked on the subject of how, with the downtrend channel breakout, we do not know what new channel or chart pattern will appear for the reason that we don’t have enough data yet. Currently with 1 week more of data, and zooming out on the stock chart to look at the larger pattern, a archetype jumps off the chart.

The S&P 500 has completed a Bullish Flag breakout.

Now bears and gold bugs will disagree with the Bullish Flag breakout and proclaim that not enough volume exists for this to be a bona fide breakout but this is just not true. Provided you go back and study the preceding Bullish Flag breakout we had on the S&P 500, you can appreciate that the volume that has accompanied this breakout is over 25% more!

The Bullish Flag did a perfect 38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the bull run that started in March of 2009. A 38.2% retracement is a healthy retracement for a uptrend.

I am upgrading the S&P 500, Nasdaq, and Dow to that of uptrend.

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