Posts Tagged ‘Black Swan’

Tues 27 Aug

27 August 2013 - 8:47 am UTC

SPX / DOW / NASDAQ Daily / Weekly / Monthly Charts Continue
To Break Down.

CRUDE OIL short squeeze confirmed…

Warning – Geopolitical events cause buy pressure & conflict with
CRUDE OIL down leg.

REMINDER: DXY weekly & monthly chart bullish warning continues
@ despite rate suppression – USD RALLY awaits.

SPX choppy downtrend on daily chart continues.

SPX / DJIA / NASDAQ daily/weekly/monthly topping process
from extreme levels guarantees Wile E Coyote collapse – and
it’s getting close.

Protected: Test Only

9 August 2011 - 9:33 am UTC

This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below:

Wed Aug 3

3 August 2011 - 1:52 am UTC

EURAUD basing on daily and weekly chart has at last morphed into
an uptrend.

XAUUSD short 1661.27 [c 1662.28]
AUDUSD short 1.0755 [c 1.0721]
AUDCAD short 1.0305 [c 1.0307]
USDCAD short 0.9584 [c 0.9582]
NZDCAD short 0.8277 [c 0.8291]
AUDUSD short 1.0744 [c 1.0745]
USDSEK long 6.3713  [c 6.4168]
USDCAD long 0.9583  [c 0.9609]
AUDUSD short 1.0899  [c 1.0731]

The 2011 Black Swan is getting close now.
[Tues 2 August 2011 5:50 pm UTC]
See extremely bearish chart stickied above.

Wed May 4

4 May 2011 - 1:31 am UTC


AUDUSD updated weekly megaphone chart pattern reveals impending
Black Swan which will be totally unexpected and could never have
been predicted…

Sun May 1

1 May 2011 - 10:02 pm UTC

S&P500 long term chart update, previously posted January 18
and March 31, 2011.

This monthly chart show a series of broadening patterns, aka
megaphone tops. The three broadening formations pictured reveal
an unstable market where buyers and sellers battle for control.
The first two megaphones make clear the eventual victors.

Prepare for the next Black Swan which will be “unexpected and
could never have been predicted”

Sat April 2

2 April 2011 - 12:11 am UTC

It was a day late…

The Very Rare Black Swan Formation

Thurs March 31 (a)

31 March 2011 - 2:05 am UTC

S&P500 updated chart originally posted January 18, 2011.
This monthly chart show a series of broadening patterns, aka
megaphone wedges. The three broadening formations pictured
reveal an unstable market where buyers and sellers battle for
control. The first two megaphones make clear who were the
eventual victors.

Prepare for the next Black Swan which will be “unexpected and
could never have been predicted”

Thurs March 10

10 March 2011 - 12:38 am UTC

GOLD and SILVER down legs commence. See chart posted earlier for
the reason why. Gold last price $1,417

USDCHF long 0.9319 [closed 0.9338]

EURAUD long 1.3807 (good upside expected)

AUDNZD short 1.3637 [closed 1.3642]

USDCHF long 0.9331 [closed 0.9333]

GBPAUD long 1.6106 [1.6083]

EURAUD long 1.3786 [closed 1.3784]

USDCHF long 0.9326 [closed 0.9327]

AUDNZD short 1.3651 [closed 1.3658]


The very overdue Wile E. Coyote correction has arrived and a
substantial leg down has begun in my opinion.
Last DOW price 12,118

GBPAUD long 1.6046 [closed 1.6088]

USDCHF bullish basing continues.

I’m sticking with my Feb 22 call that the DOW top on Feb 18 2011
signals the end of the rally.

GBPAUD daily and weekly chart bullish warning strengthens and a
rally is expected.

COPPER daily chart bearish warning strengthens.
BHP daily chart bearish warning strengthens.
RIO daily chart bearish warning strengthens

GBPAUD long 1.6046

AUDNZD short 1.3788 [closed 1.3726]

GBPAUD daily and weekly charts continue to give bullish warning.

USDJPY choppy daily chart continues to give bullish warning so
choppy upside is expected. Weekly chart now gives moderate
bullish warning.

USDCHF long 0.9292 [closed 0.9290]

Wed Feb 9

9 February 2011 - 8:34 am UTC


DOW daily chart showing extreme overextension contained with the
megaphone pattern. The reversal should be just as extreme.

USDCZK 8 hr chart gives bullish warning.

EURGBP long 0.8485

An interesting chart posted again for anyone who hasn’t seen it:
S&P500 monthly chart January 15 2011

Sun Jan 30

30 January 2011 - 8:45 pm UTC

Despite market intervention/QE – natural market forces can not be
stopped – only delayed.

When the market does reassert control – the reaction (the
overdue correction) may be even more extreme due to that delay.

And some may erroneously refer to this as a Black Swan since
it’s ‘unexpected’.

However they will be wrong because major market events can be
predicted by some analysts who study charts using technical
analysis.