12/02/2011: GARY ON NATIONALLY SYNDICATED INVESTORS EDGE RADIO BROADCAST

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 Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com

JUST LETTING YOU KNOW…

More of the same.

  1. Crash into early August, then hit a low where market rallied up 10% in six days.
  2. We then dropped about 7% in 3 days.
  3. We then rallied up about 9% in 7 days.
  4. And then in 2 days we dropped about 8%.
  5. In 2 days we rallied up 5.5%.
  6. And then next 2 days we dropped 6%.
  7. And the next 5 days we rallied up…7%.
  8. And the next 3 days we dropped about 9%.
  9. Next, we rallied up about 7%.
  10. The next 4 days we dropped about 10%…Culminating with the wash out on Oct 4.
  11. And then in 5 days we rallied up 11%.
  12. Sat around…had two big gaps  into the highs of late August and then we did two big gaps down.
  13. A little rally up.
  14. Another big day down.
  15. Within a day, a gap up. Then another big drop.
  16. Went down about about 9% in seven days.
  17. And this week on two days that gapped up, a total of about 640 points.
  18. We finished with a rally this week of 8% and this one was for the books because …you couldn’t get in because they were gaps.

And where does that leave us?

MAJOR AVERAGES ARE IN THE MIDST OF NEAR-TERM RESISTANCE UNDERNEATH MASSIVE RESISTANCE THAT WAS MADE AROUND MARCH TO JULY PERIOD.

Since July 1st the Nasdaq has had 16 days where it was up 2% or more. Some of the days it was up  4%.

So on those 16 days, the Nasdaq was up about cumulatively 40%. And the Nasdaq’s still down about 6% or 7% which tells you how wild the swings have been. …In this very, very, very, very, very tough environment…up or down.

Next week — We’re into resistance. We gapped up twice and we’re already overbought. As I’ve been telling you for weeks now, there’s no way to put your thumb on this. And anybody telling you they can is lying. We’ll see what happens.

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