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The Importance of the Market's Long-Term Inflection Point

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While the bulls still appear to have control, this update discusses some key price zones for the long-term.

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The Nasdaq 100 (INDEXNASDAQ:NDX) also continues to highlight how critical the current zone is for bears to defend.


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Finally, the updated SPX chart. There may still be another small fourth and fifth wave left to wrap up, but this is where the short-term becomes a bit ambiguous. I remain in favor of an intermediate bullish resolution, but as I noted on Friday, this is not a time for bulls to be complacent, given the gravity of the current higher-degree inflection point. The chart notes some key levels and signals to watch.


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In conclusion, it still appears more likely that the bulls will continue to own the intermediate term, but the bears definitely aren't out of the running yet. I do feel that bears need to make a stand in the fairly near future, or risk a more absolute long-term loss of control. I'm working on an article that discusses a bit more about the fundamental problems facing the governments of the world, and why being a long-term bull is challenging for most thinking people. I hope to have it ready for the next update, but I hoped that two updates ago. In the meantime, trade safe.

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