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Do Not Feed the Bears

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While the picture still appears bullish, there may be some approaching opportunities for bears to feed on.

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MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Last update expected higher prices, and the SPX rallied up to break 1464, which puts a big dent in the straightforward bear counts (which, for new readers, I have not favored) -- nevertheless, this weekend, I'm going to cover the bear case in more detail.

First, a quick picture of my new favorite t-shirt. I've been bullish on the market for the last few months, because that's where the technical picture took me. But I'm still a bear at heart.



I'll briefly touch upon the bear case today, starting with a chart of the Nasdaq 100 (INDEXNASDAQ:NDX), which features a much cleaner structure than many other indices, and does suggest that the market is approaching another inflection point. Inflection points are not necessarily bad news, but they are areas where trend changes have a higher probability than usual. The NDX chart notes some details.


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