Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Expected Direction of the Nasdaq

Since we follow the NASDAQ as a market direction indicator and crude oil future demand concerns rely on the markets right now we thought it would be a good idea to examine the NASDAQ Index. This market, which made its peak in 2000 at the height of the dot com bubble, remains in a secular bear market.

After making a low in March of 2001, this market has had multi-year recovery which has rallied it very close to a 50% Fibonacci retracement level. After a nearly 50% recovery, this market now appears to be faltering.

The months of September and October are now with us and both of these months tend to be treacherous for the equity markets. We would not be surprised to see more of a two way trading market before it eventually falls on its own weight and resumes a downward path. This is what we expect to happen, however, we are going to rely on our Trade Triangle technology to give us the perfect timing for that event.

Click Here For Today’s Video and we will show you graphically what we expect to happen to the NASDAQ Index.

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