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How Will Equities React When QE Liquidity Hits This Week?

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While the market remains in a dangerous position, the Fed joins the game on November 14.

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In addition to this price support zone, there are a several reasons for bulls to feel all is not yet lost. The first is the fact that, as noted, the QE-Infinity liquidity (money printing) begins reaching the Primary Dealer accounts this week, and that usually translates into an inflationary reaction (equities up; dollar down). Notably, the potential does exist for a complete (or nearly complete) corrective fractal from the 1474 print high (noted below as the double-zigzag).


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Also interesting to note that the US dollar seems to be forming a rising wedge, which is usually a bearish pattern:


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