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The GMI rebounded to +3 today. There were 103 successful 10 day highs and 101 new highs today. Today was the second day of the decline (D-2). The percentage of stocks that closed above their 10 week average declined to 68%. All QQQQ and SPY indicators are negative.
I remain mostly in cash and am looking for possible shorts. There is a story that when one of the Rothschild’s was asked why he was so successful, he replied that he always sold too soon. I clearly sold GOOG too soon. I sold not because of any technical weakness in GOOG, but because my market indicators turned down. I don’t want to own any stocks when my general market indicators are weak.
I also went to cash because I will be away from the market and my computer for a few days. It will be nice to take a few days off. I will post again this weekend and wish you all a successful trading week. It will be nice to have Alan G. and this quarter behind us.
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