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Post Turkey Day Wrap Up

by The MoleNovember 25, 2011

As expected today’s session brought us nothing but a tryptophan laced serving of whipsaw. Rather typical for those half trading days they often wedge between a long holiday weekend. Frankly, I don’t know why they bother – it must be that American obsession with productivity, which IMNSHO turns out to be a bit counter productive. I mean seriously – nobody in their right mind would touch holiday sucker trapping tape with a ten foot tentacle. Anyway, despite Thanksgiving festivities our FX setups marched on proudly and it’s time to finally pull the plug in whatever positions you may have held on to.

Cable – almost threw us off the off the horse after breaching that first NLSL. If you held a few lottery tickets for a push into T2 then it’s probably time to start closing them out. That’s way too many red candles for my taste and once I start feeling smug about a trade it’s usually time to pull the plug.

Same situation on the USD/CAD – we are now officially at our target, so don’t be greedy and call it a day.

NZD/USD – way beyond target. I told you guys to take profits a few days ago and if you ignored it – good for you but don’t push your luck now, buster! 😉

While we’re in the FX department – here’s a screen grab of the 60-min AUD/JPY panel on the ZeroFX feed. That was the second exhaustion spike in little over a week and I’m really starting to enjoy our new settings. Remember, ZeroFX is a free bonus to the Zero data feed – it comes with AUD/JPY, GBP/USD, and EUR/USD panels.

On the equities front I’ve been poking around in the financial blogosphere and do not see anything of value – people are either confused or scared – or both. Time for ole’ Mole to give you a few charts to sink your rodent teeth into:
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This is really the one chart you care about right now – we start with the weekly this time around and work our way downward. You may recall that weekly 1158 NLSL I pointed out earlier this week. And guess where we are parked right now? Starting Sunday night in the spoos this is an excellent spot to take on long or short positions – maximum benefit with minimum risk. However, remember that this is an SPX chart – you need to add fair value which is currently between -1.75 – 1.90. So let’s use -1.825 which gets us to ~1156.25 on the spoos.

The daily doesn’t give us anything to hang our heads on – a cluster of NLBLs way above and support way below. Which supports the binary nature of our weekly setup: Whatever way she breaks on Monday I expect to see a long candle. I must however concede that after seven consecutive days down on the S&P E-Mini I cannot help but favor the long side a little. But don’t let that come in the way of taking a short trade should we start pushing through the support cluster shown on the next chart:

As you can see we’ve got a cluster of NLSLs looming right below – they will all expire soon but since they are slightly below the weekly NLSL shown two charts up I expect a bit of support here. Plus there’s are two of my lower Bollinger lines as well. If all that breaches we all dine in hell come Monday night 😉

Bottom Line:

See, that wasn’t so hard – I think we have a clear setup for Monday on the equities side right now. Since several of our FX setups are now at target it also gives credence to the probability of a short term bounce. But if – for some reason – it does not happen and equities (and the AUD/JPY) are looking weak on Sunday night then we may just go all the way to SPX 1100, which would be seven consecutive closes lower on the SPX. So, frankly – either way we are looking at a good setup. If you are being stopped out on the long side then you don’t have to play the downside if that’s a bit too scary for you. Just wait out any ensuing plunge and if we seem to slow near the 1100 mark then there’s an even better opportunity to shop for Black Friday sales.

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Side note:

Since I am a cheap bastard I was tempted to go to Walmart at midnight to pick up one of those discounted LCD TVs. Am I glad I changed my mind at the last minute as the damn place turned into a freaking war zone from hell. Incidentally this was exactly the Walmart I was planning on going to. All Walmart locations in L.A. county are strategically placed in lower income neighborhoods – you won’t find one in West L.A. or in Beverly Hills, if you get my drift. Anyway – events like this once again reinforce my ongoing plans of relocating out of Los Angeles. After immigrating here almost exactly twenty years ago I am sorry to say that I seriously doubt we will celebrate Christmas 2012 here in California.

If there are any interesting developments over the weekend I will put up another post but I really don’t see much else of value in my charting universe as of right now. I expect the AUD/JPY and the spoos to give us important clues as to which way the beast will swing starting Sunday night. So if you’re a sub I suggest you occasionally check your email as I may just send you guys a quick update.

Have a great weekend.

Cheers,


About The Author
The Mole
Mole created Evil Speculator amidst the chaos of the financial crisis in early August of 2008. His vision for Evil Speculator is a refuge of reason, hands-on trading knowledge, and inspiration for traders of all ages and stripes. You can follow him and his nefarious schemes at various social media waterholes below.
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  • http://twitter.com/koreaninvestor koreaninvestor

    Thanks my “chingu”.

  • Anonymous

    20 years ago. How old are you bru?

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb
  • Anonymous

    lol escape from LA! umm but you are probably are like 2 years old..half way through your life already!!

  • Anonymous

    Bullishness took a big drop, but could also further do:
    http://www.aaii.com/sentimentsurvey/sent_results/

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    when I mentioned shot in the head odds the other day.
    I didn’t think Mole would take me seriously!
    (WalMart in L.A. – geeez)

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb
  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    ?? – do I spell that correctly?

  • http://twitter.com/koreaninvestor koreaninvestor

    Absolutely! I’m too lazy to change my keyboard around all the time to the Korean. Besides I’m not a “hankuk saram”, I’m the the “nampyon” of a beautiful Korean lady.
    Let me know when you go back to Korea and I’ll try and set you up with …??? or give you an idea of a good spot to go to. Have you heard of the G-Spot (club) in Seoul?

  • Anonymous

    Don’t like what’s brewing there:
    http://www.debka.com/article/21521/

  • Anonymous

    I agree. This is why it is so sad to see that many think this as to do with the economy slowing down because of debt. The chess board is much larger. Recall Georgia-Russia conflict, 2008..

  • Anonymous

    That takes decades to play

  • Anonymous

    Yes. Reading the old books that I like. It is almost stunning to see the same powers dividing up chunks. Is Russia still sour about collapse of Soviet Union? Just as there were sour about the Crimean War? To me the same dynamics. I’m sure some in Russia see a puppet Ottoman Empire being rebuilt, which is pure irony. Mmm Arab Revolt early part of 19th century? British involvement as well. My point is the steps we are taking is a copy paste of mid 1800s to early 1900s. But who are we kidding most are too busy attempting to kill each other over crap at wal mart.

  • Fibz

    Russia has a navy base in Tartus. Also 120,000 Russian citizens living in Syria. Russia has every right to be pissed about this “humanitarian” intervention, especially after the western interference in Georgia and Chechnya.

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    Dude, G-Spot is a gay club – I’m not swinging for the other team 😉

  • Anonymous

    And I thought you were not biased and took bothe sides eh!

  • http://twitter.com/koreaninvestor koreaninvestor

    No, it’s mixed.

  • Anonymous

    Mole-any thoughts on Copper?

  • Anonymous

    lol, for a second I was thinking I was learning so much more about you. 

  • Fibz
  • http://followmarketrend.blogspot.com/ Carlos Júlio

    Hi All,
    Remember SPX EOD WEEKLY we posted 3 weeks ago..04/11/2011″our WEEKLY TIMING MODEL” went to a SELL  04/11/2011. Close this week 95 pts below sell signal from 04/11/2011.Click to zoom in.Happy consistent trading.http://followmarketrend.blogspot.com/2011/11/weekly-timing-model-went-to-sell-update.html

  • Anonymous

    Well men thank goodness a full trading week is ahead of us.

  • Anonymous

    Early morning action in AUD, AUDJPY, NZD (first market to open worldwide) is VERY bullish../ weird

  • Anonymous

    hahahahaha

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    I don’t think it’s weird.

    in fact, it’s a little overdue!

    http://i40.tinypic.com/119z2ad.png

  • Anonymous

    Some news about new bailout from IMF for italy.

  • Anonymous

    Yes. News doesnt matter until markets want to turn then it becomes an excuse.

  • Anonymous

    compression reflection.

  • Turps

    wow that’s a big gap up open, what did they do…export Geitner to Germany

  • Anonymous

    How big, im not yet logged on to /es, computer slow

  • Anonymous

    17+

  • Anonymous

    Ok, thanks!

  • Anonymous

    I find this hardly surprising since we had three consecutive closes outside the lower daily Bollinger.

  • Anonymous

    Geeez, that’s a Rocket!

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    is it going to Mars?
    😉

  • Anonymous

    To the moon at least;)

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    Repeat after me…

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    It’s a great conductor.

  • Anonymous

    That was a wet fart!
    LOL! Stops run
    http://www.forexrate.co.uk/new_forex_charts/eurusd.php
    check the 60 min

  • Anonymous

    whose buying Es under 73?

  • Anonymous

    😀

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    😉

  • Anonymous

    yawning at all of this..Taking half profit from USD/ZAR.

  • Anonymous

    Mole, ZeroFX’s not working?

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    Yes, and then there is this:

    http://content.screencast.com/users/evilspeculator/folders/Jing/media/6cca0f27-8c4e-4cca-bd73-196064ab0b28/00003275.png

    Doesn’t mean we are done on a medium term but short term we’re probably getting a little squeeze.

  • Anonymous

    Keeping AUD/JPY in full however.

  • Anonymous

    Hum, that is interesting!

  • Anonymous

    taking half profit from 656..

  • Anonymous

    Looking more like a ramp & camp. /CL, /ES & AUD/JPY showing strength here.

  • Anonymous

    yep. Staying long here for a bit. Lets see what nonsense they cook up in europe this time.

  • Anonymous

    They might keep it above 1170 till morning I am guessing..

  • Anonymous

    PM”s too

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    I got some kind of data problem – trying to fix it….

  • Anonymous

    Nightie night looks to be continuing. However, venture with caution.

  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    Okay ZeroFX finally running. Took me almost three hours to fix this data corruption.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks

  • Anonymous

    Excellent
    Wicked action in that Aud/¥

  • Anonymous

    Long on that pullback, if they fill that gap it’s all over IMO.

  • Anonymous

    Need some help from EUR/USD and if so /ES will fly:)

  • Anonymous

    gap we got today? 

  • Anonymous

    I hate to say this. But I said it.

  • Anonymous

    GG, you finally made a believer out of me with the last chart :-) Very impressive

  • Anonymous

    GG and I run a secret cabal

  • Fibz

    are Ts always 4 day periods?

  • Anonymous

    at this moment im taking AUD/JPY off for a nice profit.

  • Anonymous

    http://content.screencast.com/users/AMCabrera/folders/Jing/media/7d020150-c224-4f88-8e37-619011795036/2011-11-28_0714.png
    Clearing all positions now. I will short again at 8.50 heavily, but will short again lightly (one lot) at 8.30 USD/ZAR. The AUD/JPY will be bought again if it continues to consolidate for next few hours. Be back in few, need to work out to release some of the eagerness I have.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, the gap open. If they were to fill it we would soon see 1100;)

  • rhae

    SPY daily, the close will confirm a Morning Star candlestick pattern, or not…

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    no.  
    in fact T widths vary greatly.

    if they didn’t, every cycle trader would pick up on it quickly.

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    thanks!
    when they work, they work!
    another tool in the bag of tricks.

    honestly, it looks like it turned a day early.
    18 out 19 days, is 94.7% – not bad.

    http://i41.tinypic.com/2d0w9u.png

  • Anonymous
  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    with the DOW futures up 268, I was thinking more this..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F21aifX0lZY&feature=fvwrel

  • Anonymous

    the momo needs more wood though.

  • Anonymous

    “Turn a day early” But with a Thanksgiving Holiday to screw up the turn day to a certain degree it seems so even better.

  • Anonymous

    no no it is a cinema. lol

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    yep.  that’s a deeper possibility.

    do half day, holiday thin-volume events mess with nicely balanced T movements?

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    Will be watching SPX 1196.81 as a ST upside target.

  • Anonymous

    Wow 40 something handles opening gap

  • Fearless

    I commented last week that we were on the cusp of either a March 16 style reversal or a waterfall crash. If this turns out to be a March 16 style reversal (which looks probable now, too bad I only used stop-buy above 1173 so the entry will not be as good now), we have some room to fly because the train may have left the station empty.

  • Anonymous

    http://content.screencast.com/users/AMCabrera/folders/Jing/media/a6eb1041-c758-4556-9d81-5454e8c644cd/2011-11-22_1715.png
    make no mistake. I saw only a simple compression reflection. EUR/GBP really needs to get higher.

  • Anonymous

    Wake up, Zero!

  • Anonymous

    Which I am shorting
    😉

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    It is up, but not heading the direction you want I presume?

  • http://wetorp.blogspot.com/ Wetorp

    Its not going up?

  • rhae

    SPY 15m  yes, Wed. gap was easy…  but how will it handle Monday’s gap?
    I have strong resistance at 120.7   could be a stutter point

    http://screencast.com/t/PVuryDeZKyC

  • Anonymous

    it was reading -.9 on during the first five minutes…HUH?

  • Anonymous

    rhae, what are those green and red vertical bars on your charts? They seem to track turning points fairly well. Also, what trading platform is that you are using?

  • Fearless

    I suspect that’s because the coding for Zero took the cumulative running sum left over from the last two or three candles from Friday?

    (Mole would probably kill me if I guessed it right.)

  • jigdaddy

    has anyone ever seen 5 minute zero this strong?  is this bears are dead or buying exhaustion?

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    nah. 
    he’ll just send you to Wal*Mart after Xmas.
    you wouldn’t mind picking up a few items, would you?
    😉

  • Anonymous

    Good place for that if it is the case.

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    DOW +300

    (insert Spartan yell here)

  • Fearless

    Volar commented on the dynamics of buying versus selling a month or two ago, and I agree with him – bulls only need good momo on the kickoff and the rest is histroy, whereas bears need fuel added to the fire. Look at the daily Zero since the 1292 high. Where do you see fuel added to the fire? November 9. Since then, less and less fuel was added to the fire.

    If today’s daily Zero ends up >10, I’d say get out of longer term shorts immediately and try a March 10/July 10 2009 style play.

  • Anonymous

    IF, he could give us a clue to it’s workings, then we might be able to judge it’s movements better…like this morning, for instance.

  • jigdaddy

    thnx fearless!

  • Anonymous

    MOLE – Have you ever seen an hourlyZL with an reading THAT extreme?  (1st half hour)

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been storing a screen shot of the end of day Zero, thinking it may come in handy some day. We had the following approximate highs and lows in the /ES 5 min Zero Lite on the following dates:

    -6 on 5/7/10

    …missing data…

    -6 on 6/1/11

    +7 on 8/9/11

    -5 on 8/10/11

    +6 on 8/11/11

    +5 on 8/15/11

    -5 on 8/18/11

    +6.5 on 8/29/11

    -6 on 9/9/11

    -7 on 9/21/11

    -7 on 9/22/11

    +5 on 9/26/11

    -6 on 9/28/11

    +5 on 10/4/11

    -7 on 11/9/11

    -6 on 11/17/11

    -8 on 11/21/11

    -5 on 11/25/11

    I’d say yes, today’s print was extreme from the historical standpoint of the last year. I’m not sure how it will correlate to anything at this point.

  • Anonymous

    Covered my short. Never saw such a strong zero signal. In cash now waiting for an edge.

  • Fearless

    I shall dig into the archive and see what it was on March 10 2009.

  • Anonymous

    VIX below 30 will get me long in a big way on any pullback;)

  • Anonymous

    VIX just showed her cards;)

  • Anonymous

    for 2 minutes it went down to 29.5, then right back up

    very strange/quick move

  • Fearless

    Found it. Wow, I must say today’s reading is definitely extreme even when compared to March 10 2009 when Citigroup kicked off the mega rally.

  • Anonymous

    rally or bear market rally..

  • Anonymous

    FN options pit keeping the premiums actificially down IMO.

  • Anonymous

    Fearless, you were quite concerned that 1180/1200 held or at least no 1173 breach. That, of course, has not happened. A 10+ daily Zero reading would show that the market was shifting to a protracted buying phase with selling to be absorbed by greater buying for the coming months?

  • Anonymous

    It all looks well planned. Put options were getting too expensive.
    I am highly suspicious of today’s move. It’s the end of the month and some have to make it for the whole month in the last 3 days.
    We didn’t get a flush of the bulls, so I am wary of the long side. Neutral for now. Waiting for a divergence on the zero before placing a trade.

  • Anonymous

    the only trust worthy bearish comment ive heard. thank you jj.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, strange indeed. I thought it might be a ‘bad print’ spike but pulled up a chart.  It took 4 minutes to drop from 31.83 to 29.47 and 1 minute to get it back up to 31.92. ?????

  • Fearless

    Yes, I actually got worried with regards to my long term bullish investments bought at the 1080 range. The only thing that bears were missing was a convincing close below 1158. When 1180 broke, I wasn’t looking to bottom fish except to search for extremes on the negative side. My NYMO chart issued a warning on Wednesday of a snapback rally that would be huge. At this point, I don’t know if this is a snapback or there’s more to it, until bulls can close above 1242 convincingly.

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    bulls have a shot.
    they better get their game on.

    IMHO, if they don’t get to 126 next few weeks..
    then it’s just another lower high mark.

    http://i43.tinypic.com/1445fo5.png

  • Anonymous

    aww place of ill repute whats wine now. Nope hoes do not get wine and dined. JUST screwed.

  • Anonymous

    Trying a quick short now. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Spears/100000424557856 David Spears

    Gone short, this rally is running on air.

    Target 1140. Stop at 1201.25.

  • jigdaddy

    for the past month i’ve been watching dxy more then any other instrument.  its offered great clues for divergences and market direction.  we are well off of todays lows while ES is still hanging around highs.  also zero lite has now gone into negative territory

  • jigdaddy

    scratch that, ZL is just above 0 line.  need to wait for 5 min candle close before i speak

  • Anonymous

    keep em tight my bru.

  • Anonymous

    Dipped my toe a few longs at VWAP;)

  • Anonymous

    good plan. been long all weekend. Looking good so far.

  • Anonymous

    Market has an emotional “feel” today, at least judging by the 5 min zero. Greed seems to be the “emotion du jour”. But there seems to be quite a lot of folks unloading long positions at this level.

  • Anonymous

    Hate to miss the train if we rally through new years;)

  • Anonymous

    And this is why I fired first. Now I just wait. I canceled the USD/ZAR 8.30 sell order.

  • Anonymous

    bear market rallies until dow:gold ratio below 2. Does it matter? If you are long you can make money. Wait for some euphoria. Mole will guide us when longs are overdone.

  • http://practicalt.blogspot.com/ Gold_Gerb

    yep.  and I’m agreeing with things you are saying.

    http://i41.tinypic.com/mw5nyu.png

  • Fibz

    lol, nice pic.

  • Anonymous

    watching financial.  GS is down from open.

  • Anonymous

    Back in October we had a flush of longs, a VIX buy signal and a positive divergence on the daily zero. Ain’t happening now.

  • Fearless

    What are you looking at? We HAD a positive divergence on the daily Zero throughout November. I’m not discounting the possibility of further down movement, but what if this is, like I said, a March 16 2011 style reversal?

  • Anonymous

    Calls just got a kick, here we go;)

  • Anonymous

    You also said last Friday that none of your indicators you follow indicate an end to the down move. We did not get a bottoming pattern, and that is why I am skeptical.

  • Anonymous

    I was hoping you would say march 2009 reversal
    march 2011 reversal looks like a damp squid in comparison :-)

    Assuming it is a reversal, what is your upsaid target

  • Fearless

    If this makes you feel better, my bottom fishing indicators DID NOT find the March 16 2011 bottom.

  • Anonymous

    One thing that concerns me is that red spike on ZFX EUR/USD:(

  • Fearless

    Reversal style has nothing to do with targets. I used March 16 2011 as an example as that reversal was one of a few that did not have a positive divergence on most indicators, even my bottom fishing ones. The Zero was the only one that caught it.

    Longer term, I still maintain 1500+, but now that the market has retraced so deep, I need to see 1245 broken convincingly to the upside before contemplating that thought.

  • Anonymous

    now that’s useful

  • Anonymous

    Europe closed. Let us see how we finish the day.

  • Anonymous

    Ok, thanks Fearless!

  • Fearless

    No conventional indicators can find all tops/bottoms. That’s why I trust the Zero more in situations where the reversal takes place without a positive deivergence on the conventional indicators.

  • http://thefxspeculator.blogspot.com Onorio

    EURUSD broke down from a 4H inside bar…i joined the dark side.

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    this could be start of a new leg up – SPX 1400 +.

  • Anonymous

     I do believe we break 1200 today, but still expecting customary 1-2pm dip

  • Fearless

    Com’on, I need less people to talk about targets above 1300.

  • Anonymous

    I just ordered my “/es 5k” ballcap . . . .

  • Anonymous

    some of you guys have a mind of a chicken. PLAN AHEAD!

  • Anonymous

    so you are using it as a alternative to go long gold?

  • Anonymous

    1250 was a major support which held. Could be no looking back now.

  • Anonymous

    yup. one of the largest holders of natural gold reserves.

  • Anonymous

    Do you mean 1150?

  • Anonymous

    its dollar vs SPX – let’s see who wins..

  • Anonymous

    yes

  • Anonymous

    This is how I see it. The USD will only continue to weaken to fund wars. Wars take many many funds to keep going. Nixon started this bad boy of USD being a carry trade for war. Nixon Shock.

  • rhae

    Hey, JigDaddy, I have had my eye on Uncle Buck too… Hope you can get something out of this Schiff Fork with Fib Extensions…  It assume that the top is in, so a new high and it blows up.
    UUP daily…   http://screencast.com/t/wDyJoR5K2jd

  • Anonymous

    I vote this to be the comment of the day!

  • Anonymous

    daily chart won’t give any clue. Check dollar’s 20 year monthly chart …n then try to guess..

  • Fibz

    sounds like guys on friday calling for P3 because of what the weekly chart looks like.

  • Anonymous

    yeah, confirming it was a long

  • Tronacate

    l SDS 21.8

  • Anonymous

    haha! Its true though.

  • Anonymous

    SPX 1190 is a critical level here IMO for the bulls and will switch teams on a break.

  • Anonymous

    Mole, please check zero FX

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  • http://evilspeculator.com molecool

    I needed that system for the new post. Back up.

  • rhae

    the Red /Green vertical bars are DeMark Magic 9 (set-up) alerts. I use Quote Tracker.

    For the DeMark alerts, the bars are paintbar codes added for triggers. And can be set up for various indicators. Which I use for a heads up.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks. Is the Magic 9 different than a normal TD setup 9 count? I’ve read most of DeMark’s books. I found the most practical book about his work to be the book by Jason Perl, DeMark Indicators.

    I’m using Interactive Brokers to trade, but they don’t have any DeMark indicators available. It looks like Quote Tracker can use IB as a data source. Do you know if QT can use the TD indicators with the data feed from IB?

  • rhae

    sorry, I do not know, never have strayed far from QT which is TD Ameritrade feed. So, don’t know what works with what.