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Muni closed ends ROCKETING higher on no news and a flat market....

 

Very odd indeed

 

EVN +3.6%

PMM +2.4%

EOT +2.0%

 

These are huge moves

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Markets NEED several down days or treasury yields will really start to suffer,I guess we will see shortly which is more important to "the boys".

 

If "they' are smart,they will smackdown stocks and crude right here and jam some cash into treasuries ASAP.

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Considering support held and the 514 level was exceeded, it is probably a near certainty that crapple will make new highs tomorrow.

 

 

If new highs are made tomorrow, look for a pretty good ramp into the end of the week. The bears had a chance today and blew it. Their butts could be a bleeding by weekend.

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100 years? Read Confusione de Confusiones. More like 500 years.

 

Yeah, I soon as I wrote "100"

 

I was going to edit it to 5,000

 

But didn't, crazy how things repeat

 

Ova, and ova

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I noticed that there's some discussion of a stock called Aapl? or Crapple? I ran some projections. 2 and 5 day cycle projections 523-27.

 

 

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For whatever reason, my data service is unable to collect end of day prices in a timely fashion the day after a holiday. So I probably won't be able to post the complete market update until tomorrow morning, but I will post an abridged version tonight.

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I noticed that there's some discussion of a stock called Aapl? or Crapple? I ran some projections. 2 and 5 day cycle projections 523-27.

 

 

Get daily updates on the 4 week, 6-7 week, 13 week, 6 month and 10-12 month cycle projections and multiple time frame cyclical, regression channel, and equal width channel support and resistance chart updates daily in the Wall Street Examiner Professional Edition Daily Market Update and support your community. Join NOW!

 

 

Or crapotle!

 

Although I think we get another new high on this pig, there is also one bearish option left, even if the odds are low.

 

There looks like what could be a wedge, whose trendline is near the .786. As seen on the chart, during this bounce, the fibs have worked quite well. Anyway, early trading should validate or invalidate this option.

 

 

 

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These are dark days for those who traffic in reality.

 

Good thing there aren't very many of those people. So almost everyone is still in the light, so to speak.

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Good thing there aren't very many of those people. So almost everyone is still in the light, so to speak.

 

 

The glorious light that is approaching, getting brighter, clearer, suddenly reveals to all the illuminated ones that it is stuck firmly to the front of a freight train.

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