With the GMI back to 5 and the short term trend about to turn positive, it looks like we may have had another small and short lived correction. IBD still sees the market in a correction and is waiting for a follow-through day to this current snap back rally. I still think this rise could be a brief bout of year end mutual fund buying (window dressing) that could quickly disappear with the new year. So I must be very nimble and ready to exit if the market fails to surpass its recent peak of 2079 on the S&P500 and 106 on the QQQ. Below is the daily chart of each index. This rally seems a little too frenetic to me–climax run? Given that the market always falls quicker than it went up, the next decline will likely be a doozy. Note the 30 day average (red line) of both indexes is flat, which often leads to a lot of whip-saws. Failure of these averages to hold this line on Friday would be a very bearish sign to me.