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Mike Paulenoff

Natural Gas at Crossroads Technically Near Term...

And then there is Natural Gas, which again is showing a bit of life on the upside as it carves out an 8-session sideways range, or bottom, between 2.83/2.85 on the high side versus 2.76-2.75 on the low side. Whichever side of the range is violated and sustained, will trigger follow-through to either 2.90-2.93 or to 2.70-2.68. Given the positive juxtaposition of my nearer-term momentum gauges with the sideways price action, my bias is for an upside resolution to the current pattern set-up. The Model Portfolio is long UGAZ at 11.07.
Harry Boxer

Setting Up for a Climatic Low?

The stock market started the week with a start on Monday, crushing it from the get-go, basically with large moves early on. Then then bounced in a 5-wave advance that got right to resistance and fell at the top of the declining channel. The rest of the day was spent selling off. The Nasdaq 100 dropped from 6625.00 to 6400.00, 225 points and the S&P 500 from 2600 to 2530, 70 points. It was a huge move downward and 2 1/2-3% loss on both. They bounced in the last 10-15 minutes, came off the lows but still closed down on the day. Net on the day, the Dow down 507.53 at 23,592.98. The S&P

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