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lot’s of cool math, music and square roots – the NASDAQ getting ready to run?

it was ALL THE WAY back in Feb 2015 that I did a post on the upcoming resistance of the NASDAQ and then the breakout to new highs … did it for Andy @seeitmarket here:  http://www.seeitmarket.com/nasdaq-trend-line-converging-with-2000-high-breakout-14142/ in that post I wrote: “let’s remember that this is a 40+ year chart, so setting up that move could […]

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“I think this is a song of hope …” Robert Plant Live Stairway to Heaven

The S&P 500 has been climbing a stairway to Heaven .. folks coming into 2015 we had some pretty strong patterns appearing.  some worked and some didn’t – isn’t that what we expect? that being said, it was prudent to be cautious due to their presence. here’s what I posted around a year ago: “Let’s […]

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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ….

As we have discussed multiple times in this venue, the move since 2009 has been one heck of a ride.  This chariot of stock market emotion is, literally, off the charts.  It is at an extreme that has surpassed 1929, 2000 and 2007.  For the past 6 months it has defied the powerful cycles and […]

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around the world update … part II

http://bartscharts.com/2013/12/21/around-the-world-update/ the link above is where you’ll find our around the world cruises since August.  this post is an update …what do we see? nothing has changed, significantly. none of the international indices have made new highs like the US equity markets … patterns have provided resistance, BUT not necessarily overt sell signals for the […]

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Equal Octave Scale of Music and the DJIA …

my friend, fellow chartist and trader gave me the chance to do this post on his blog as a “guest blogger” http://allstarcharts.com/the-math-behind-historic-dow-charts/ at the time, I was watching, extremely closely, the “standard” .618 price projection and it’s importance due to using the all time low from 1896 at 28.48.  the market opened/closed in and around […]

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Aristotle, Diogenes Laërtius and the Dow Jones

Abstract:  The moral stated at the end of the Greek version is, “this shows how liars are rewarded: even if they tell the truth, no one believes them”. It echoes a statement attributed to Aristotle byDiogenes Laërtius in his The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers, where the sage was asked what those who tell lies gain by it and he […]

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the upcoming week of 9/22 for the S&P

our S&P post last week of parts I-V spelled out the overall look and feel for the S&P as we approached and eclipsed new highs … we took a look at technology, financials and energy.  additionally, throughout the past weeks, we have walked thru the circle of life for fixed income, the dollar and certain […]

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