Goldman Sachs flirting w/ a top-top cycle and the dreaded neckline

10/29/2016 – so, per below the neckline broke and if you do some work, you’ll see the technical principle of using the head to the neckline as the ‘basic’ projection technique yielded support …

now, were back to the intersection of 3 ratios now or a little higher .. if you notice, the square root target is a little higher in the 3 ratios so were at or near a very important point for GS in the future.

AGAIN, remember, it’s all probability, right?  So, if Goldman is able to make it thru (on a daily or weekly close) thru two sets of 3 ratio’s it’s strong folks …

to the charts .. hitting the surf today, a gorgeous day in San Diego.

rock on, ok?


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w/ the breaking of the red trend line from 2009 and the neckline at 170 believe GS will be in trouble w/ this occurring.

it very well could go higher and attack my upper target, but just not sure if it’s going to get there … we’ll see.

keep any eye on this one .. first confirmation is a break (daily/weekly close below) of the red trend line and then the neckline around 170.  that should put tremendous pressure on the GS bulls, so to speak.

also, note the high-high cycle that is working since the IPO.  this “balances” the chart very nicely.  my thesis, for now is we are moving back down RIGHT TO LEFT off that first high from the early 2000’s and a PERCENTAGE CORRECTION of that magnitude is a minimal first target if/when we break trendlines mentioned above.

just an FYI .. that “percentage correction” is roughly 122 to 58 or 50% ….so the low 100’s isn’t out of the question.


Author: BART

BART is a CMT and an expert a "advanced" pattern recognition used w/in the intermarket analysis discipline. He's also an accomplished Business Development Executive providing solutions to a myriad of business markets.

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