Wednesday, June 17, 2009

SPY Move to Low $80s?

Brett Steenbarger has observed a bullish bias from one to five days out following the events of the past two days. Based on the various support breaks which emerged yesterday the intermediate time frame is looking attractive for a move down to the $80s.


S&P Breadth is looking very rich:


So many bearish divergences to work off....

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[1] Register at Zignals.
[2] Go to Charts and select a stock (you will be prompted to download Microsoft Silverlight)
[3] Click on the YourCall Icon


[4] Enter a Call by giving a stop and target price; make sure the Time Period is set to Short (month)
[5] Enter as many calls as you like up until the end of June; these can be long or short signals
[6] Send me your Zignals Userid so I can track the calls made (declan-at-zignals.com) or post it in the comments section of this post. In your email make reference to the competition.
[7] The Zignals member with the stock giving the highest return from either a target hit or expiration after 22 trading days will win the prize. Only stocks or FX prices listed on Zignals qualify for entry (no pink sheet stocks). The announcement of the prize winner will be made at the end of July.

Good luck!


Dr. Declan Fallon, Senior Market Technician, Zignals.com the free stock alerts, stock charts, watchlist, multi-currency portfolio manager and strategy builder website. Forex data available too.

 
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