Feeling Like the Stock Market Looks ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Monday, May 05, 2008

Feeling Like the Stock Market Looks


Things could go either way tomorrow. Right now we simply are in wait and see mode.


OEX 5-min

As could be expected, the initial fall from Friday's (5.2.08) peak is a slow bleed. Funny how the present price-RSI relationship seen above (on a 10 day chart) is a bit like what you saw on the S&P 100's 10 year chart presented in Friday's post.

I am feeling a bit like the stock market looks — exhausted — so, I am going to refrain from indulging you with any food for thought today.

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3 comments:

Investing in Stock said...

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TC said...

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Low-risk, high-reward, stock index options speculations are a residual benefit of the retirement investment approach I advocate. These are meant to deliver financial rewards you can enjoy in the here-and-now.

I apologize for not making my blog's objective abundantly clear. I will be wise to promptly correct this oversight and provide more detail. I will do so this weekend.

You should find the little nuggets I present in the left-hand column of my blog something to chew on.

Thanks for your question.

TC said...

I have written a piece I hope answers the question, "What is the purpose of The Risk Averse Alert?"