Will We Retest the March Lows?

By: Stock Barometer | Thu, Jul 23, 2009
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7/23/2009 9:44:57 PM

This is a question that is not on anyone's radar at this time, that's why it needs to be on yours. Because I believe we will test the lows and we're going to do it soon. Why?

Based on the following chart, we see limited participation in this rally based on the new high list.

What is shows is a flat area where the market bounces, but there's a balance between new highs and new lows. This is indicative of a short term bounce, not a new bull market.

Hold on to your seat, we're testing the March Lows. Next question is when?

Well, if you subscribe to the Daily Stock Barometer, you'll know that our next key reversal date isn't until September 14th. I believe that will be the day.

What would cause me to change my forecast? Well, there are simply too many variations that can take place. But the only way you will find out is if you subscribe to the Daily Stock Barometer.

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