Thursday Thoughts – Holding Nasdaq 7,000 is up to Apple (AAPL)

Well, we got our weak bounces – now what?

October ended with a bang with the indexes rushing up to the weak bounce levels which, for the sake of an update from yesterday's (and last week and the week before's) predictions are:

  • Dow 24,300 with a weak bounce at 24,800 and a strong bounce at 25,300
  • S&P 2,640 with a weak bounce at 2,710 and a strong bounce at 2,780
  • Nasdaq 6,870 with a weak bounce at 7,080 and a strong bounce at 7,230
  • Russell 1,485 with a weak bounce at 1,530 and a strong bounce at 1,575
  • NYSE 11,880 with a weak bounce at 12,150 and a strong bounce at 12,400

So the only change from yesterday, despite the "massive" rally, is that we have now turned the S&P and NYSE weak bounce lines green with /ES at 2,723 (still the low end of the bounce range) and the NYSE right in the middle this morning at 12,250.  Until the Nasdaq and the Russell confirm their lines – it would be crazy to buy into this bounce and anything less than strong bounce lines is still a very dangerous market to go long into.

This is the worst part of my job because I have to be like the parents telling the kids not too eat too much
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