Final Jeopardy ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Final Jeopardy

I have nothing new to add. There's no alteration to the technical background suggesting that, where the rubber meets the road ... where the "talk" of bearishness meets the "walk" of money taken off the table ... there's more selling yet to come.

So, step back...

Look at the following chart of the S&P 100 and focus on the two previous declining periods of interest over the past fifteen months. Just give it a quick visual inspection and then turn your attention to the present period.


What's missing?

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