Saturday, October 1, 2011

Chart of the Day - The current Nasdaq trend is being challenged

Folks, I think that the 9/23/11 presentation from the people at "Chart of the Day" is quite telling for us today, since the Nasdaq dropped again toward testing their trendline. It's a different view than many others are probably seeing, but the chart looks like it's depicting an important juncture - one that could send the Nasdaq index back up, or failing down. This is from their public page at, so read it and see that the trendline is really being tested now:
Chart of the Day - The current Nasdaq trend is being challenged
The Nasdaq is currently down 14.5% since putting in a secondary peak 11 weeks ago. For some perspective on the current state of the stock market, today's chart presents the prevailing trend of the Nasdaq. As today's chart illustrates, the Nasdaq has been and continues to trade within its 17-month trend channel. However, the recent selloff has brought the Nasdaq down near support (green line) which is currently being tested.

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September 23, 2011 - First Day of Autumn (Northern Hemisphere)
October 03, 2011 - Supreme Court session begins

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