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    Dow futures up 100+, hope to end this week on a high note
    Buy.
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Why buy? Should unload some next Monday.
    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    Dow futures up 100+, hope to end this week on a high note
    Buy.

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    By having breached 11,613 at the closing bell, the DJI has broken strong resistance and likely to have created a mid-term bottom. Next week, there should be concrete action plans unveiled at the EU Summit. This should be catalyst required for the next leg up. The market movers have set this up very well - making the technical and fundamental aspects converge going into the coming week.

    Stimulus measures which member nations of the EU will undertake individually shall result in more money being printed. Roubini is calling for an EU TARP to be formed. This is necessary to restore confidence, trigger the "greed" and "fear of missing the boat" in private investors to get the huge amount of money flowing out of the sidelines and into the system.

    Germany's stance over the last few months has softened and become more accommodating as the Germans realise the huge impact of the turmoil in the Eurozone on their own economy. Their support is essential to the measures (great for the numbers but morally toxic) which will be implemented over the next one year.

    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Why buy? Should unload some next Monday.

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    Thanks. Mon will move up looking at what happen to DJ and Euros last night. Will off load some and wait for dip to buy back. China growth will still have impact on Singapore. Singapore just miss the technical recession. May go up and down just like the stock market.
    Quote Originally Posted by samsara
    By having breached 11,613 at the closing bell, the DJI has broken strong resistance and likely to have created a mid-term bottom. Next week, there should be concrete action plans unveiled at the EU Summit. This should be catalyst required for the next leg up. The market movers have set this up very well - making the technical and fundamental aspects converge going into the coming week.

    Stimulus measures which member nations of the EU will undertake individually shall result in more money being printed. Roubini is calling for an EU TARP to be formed. This is necessary to restore confidence, trigger the "greed" and "fear of missing the boat" in private investors to get the huge amount of money flowing out of the sidelines and into the system.

    Germany's stance over the last few months has softened and become more accommodating as the Germans realise the huge impact of the turmoil in the Eurozone on their own economy. Their support is essential to the measures (great for the numbers but morally toxic) which will be implemented over the next one year.

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    hold, don't sell, momentum will bring Dow back to 12k by end of the month, dip will not come so soon, will add position if China-A goes beyond 2.5k next week

    Those who read candlestick should immediately know the underlying buying momentum, Dow has overcome both 50dMA and 11,550 with good volume

    Last edited by phantom_opera; 15-10-11 at 10:36.
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    Personally, I would call the next six to nine months the "Bull in a china shop" run.

    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    hold, don't sell, momentum will bring Dow back to 12k by end of the month, dip will not come so soon, will add position if China-A goes beyond 2.5k next week

    Those who read candlestick should immediately know the underlying buying momentum, Dow has overcome both 50dMA and 11,550 with good volume

    http://chart.finance.yahoo.com/z?s=%...n-US&region=US

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    That will be exciting. Will monitor and start collecting.
    Quote Originally Posted by samsara
    Personally, I would call the next six to nine months the "Bull in a china shop" run.

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    China-A is testing 2,450 resistance today (30dMA) ... and then it will be 50dMA at 2,550 ... the outcome will signal the Chinese government policy direction

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    Market is quite positive in Asia earlier and Europe now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Market is quite positive in Asia earlier and Europe now.
    Green so many days liao...panic buying for some stocks.., am also surprised...

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    When ppl are excited, it is time to be wary
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    Brace for a pull back!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Komo
    Brace for a pull back!!
    About time, anticipating...

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    my guess is down 30-80 pts only for Dow tonight
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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    my guess is down 30-80 pts only for Dow tonight
    Dow down 150 pts liao, maybe close down by 3digits..,IBM due to release results later..., Citibank beat expectations but no impact on Dow..


    From CNBC:
    "Stocks extended their losses Monday, led by materials, after Germany's finance minister said there wouldn't be a definitive solution to the euro zone's debt crisis during the forthcoming summit"

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    looks like a 200 pts night.

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    Tomorrow more interesting as

    "TUESDAY: PPI, treasury international capital, housing market index, Bernanke speaks; Earnings from BofA, Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, J&J, Apple, Intel, CSX and Yahoo"

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    Quote Originally Posted by land118
    Tomorrow more interesting as

    "TUESDAY: PPI, treasury international capital, housing market index, Bernanke speaks; Earnings from BofA, Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, J&J, Apple, Intel, CSX and Yahoo"
    the ones to focus on are the financials.

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    A pullback to retest the 50dMA .... nowadays Dow is much more volatile than the China market lol
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    Quote from Paul Krugman:

    What caused the financial industry to grow much faster than the rest of the economy starting around 1980 was a series of deliberate policy choices, in particular a process of deregulation that continued right up to the eve of the 2008 crisis.

    => it took 28y (1980-2008) for this to play out, our very asset enhancement policy started in 1992 too
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