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Weekend Reading: Bull Market In Unemployment at Trader’s Narrative

Weekend Reading: Bull Market In Unemployment

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One Response to “Weekend Reading: Bull Market In Unemployment”  

  1. 1 Dave

    “The Stock Market’s Generals Are Retreating” just goes to show you what a bad technical analyst Michael Kahn is.

    “Even more bearish is the Aug. 28 session when the stock jumped up at the open and then jumped back down the next trading day. This left a pattern called an “island gap reversal” …”

    “The pattern gets its name from the look of the chart on Aug. 28. All trading took place above the surrounding days’ trading and the bar for that day looks like an island in the middle of the sea. …”

    1) There’s no “gap” at C’s August 28th high; 2) There’s no “island” either. LOL

    That may turn out to be a significant top for C, but it won’t be because that was an island top.

    And to think that Kahn wrote about how significant it was when he became a CMT (chartered market technician)

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