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A Squid or a Bear? (Public Post)

It’s both, the famous Vampire Squid… and a bearish chart.  GS is a former NFTRH+ long idea in anticipation of the last big market bounce, but this week was included in NFTRH 377 as a bearish idea among several individual stock charts reviewed for subscribers.  This one was a bearish looking potential H&S.  But now, if it stays below the neckline on the week it will be an activated H&S.  What’s more, it’s implied target is down below 120.  That’s a good chunk of bearish.

Here is the weekly chart from the original ‘+’ (bullish) update that also had the resistance zone shaded at the bounce target (around 200).  Boink, GS hit target and turned a perfectly good bull squid into a bear.  Let’s see whether this week whipsaws or not.  I personally took a shot at GS shot.  I may add to it if it bounces to 165-170 [edit: depending on market bounce intensity, if applicable, 180 and the EMA 70 are doable as well].  I almost bought SPY at the close today [edit, 1/14: bought it this morning in ‘pre’; sometimes you’ve gotta step up when contrarian alarms are ringing. i’ll either get a nice risk vs. reward bounce or a gash – or is it crash?], so obviously I still think the market can bounce; it’d just have to be from lower than I thought might be the case.  More and more charts are starting to say ‘bounce or crash’ but considering my currently impaired ability to be on the market, I decided defensive is just fine for me in this market.

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I continue to be in the midst of a challenging week that brought some unforeseen schedule and travel issues.  So there may be better people out there than me at the moment where a finger on the market’s pulse is concerned.  But I do see the Squid as a really bearish looking thing right now.

 

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