Our 2011 Stock Market Forecast

By: Stock Barometer | Fri, Dec 31, 2010
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12/31/2010 12:07:59 PM

Read on to see what we're looking for in 2011. Stock Barometer's 2001 Stock Market Forecast Here

The above link will take you to our prediction (scroll to the bottom of the page). This is just one of our timing tools, we have several more that help us put together an even more complete prediction. We'll unfold it over the next several days.

It's calling for 2 potential signficant lows. Although the first one is counter cyclical, so we'll be looking for a potential inversion for you cycle traders out there.

Stock market predicting is what we do. It is what everyone does when they trade. You predict the future, position your stock trade for your prediction and prepare for both the best possible outcome and the worst.

That being said, sorry for the late report this morning - I tend to get lost in my analysis of the markets and lose track of time. 2011 will be a frustrating year for most investors and traders. You will have to be nimble and prepared to move in many different direction. And while it may end up being a slightly higher year, there may only be 1 intermediate term move all year. The rest will be smaller swings.

Day trading will become very popular.

I also will do a basic video version of it. So visit this page to see the video. It's not done yet - I expect it to be done early next week. www.stockbarometer.com/video.aspx

There are other videos there now, I'll have the forecast up there later next week for everyone to view.

I also want you to know that we have incorporated the chat room onto our site. So you do not have to download the PalTalk software to join us. Here is the link: www.stockbarometer.com/chatroom.aspx

Of course, let me know if there are any issues. You will still need to sign up for a free paltalk account. As a heads up, some are having technical difficulties using this page. I apologize for this and have been communicating with PalTalk support to resolve. As soon as it is, I will let you know. Click here for Free Trading Webinars, eBooks and Special Offers.

Here's a look at the global markets:

Here's the week ahead: (It is a light week)

To help you navigate the intraday action, we have a LIVE chat room that I am in every day. We run it on PalTalk. This will allow you to hear me, and chat with others. Upgrading will also give you access to my trading screen during the day so we can go over recommendations in more detail. Here's the link to sign up:

PalTalk

On to the charts:


Stock Barometer Analysis

We remain in Buy Mode, barely - as the market remains above a support level. That could change at any moment, so be prepared for an intra day alert.

If the markets do hold here, we could see a first half of January rally.

If they break this level, we will move into Sell Mode. The move could be very quick, so if you are off at all, keep your stops tight.

The Stock Barometer is my proprietary market timing system. The direction, slope and level of the Stock Barometer determine our outlook. For example, if the barometer line is moving down, we are in Sell Mode. A Buy or Sell Signal is triggered when the indicator clearly changes direction. Trend and support can override the barometer signals.


Money Management & Stops

To trade this system, there are a few things you need to know and address to control your risk:

Accordingly;


Potential Cycle Reversal Dates

2010 Potential Reversal Dates: 1/19, 1/28, 3/2, 3/23, 4/7, 5/30, 6/10, 6/28, 7/10, 8/13, 9/7, 10/2, 10/27, 11/21, 12/19. We publish dates up to 2 months in advance.

Our next date for 2011 is January 15th.

I have learned never to underestimate the potential of a year end advance. Price action trumps everything. Do I think that the market can continue higher into the 15th? Unlikely, but until we see selling, we cannot discount it.

My Additional timing work is based on numerous cycles and has resulted in the above potential reversal dates. These are not to be confused with the barometer signals or cycle times. However, due to their past accuracy I post the dates here.

2009 Published Reversal Dates: 1/20, 2/11, 3/7, 3/15, 4/8, 4/16, 4/27, 5/7, 6/8, 7/2, 7/17, 9/14, 10/10, 10/24, 11/12, 11/30, 12/9, 12/21, 12/29. 2008 Potential Reversal Dates: 12/31, 1/11, 2/1, 2/13, 3/6, 4/5, 4/22, 5/23, 6/6, 6/27, 7/13, 9/2, 10/3, 10/22, 11/10, 12/11. 2007 Potential Reversal Dates: 1/10, 1/14, 1/27, 1/31, 2/3, 2/17, 3/10, 3/24, 4/21, 5/6, 6/15, 8/29, 10/19, 11/29, 12/13, 12/23, 12/31, 1/11/08. 2006 potential reversal dates: 1/16, 1/30, 2/25, 3/19, 4/8, 5/8, 5/19, 6/6(20), 7/24, 8/20, 8/29, 9/15, 10/11, 11/28. 2005 Potential reversal dates: 12/27, 1/25, 2/16, 3/4, 3/14, 3/29, 4/5, 4/19, 5/2, 6/3, 6/10, 7/13, 7/28, 8/12, 8/30-31, 9/22, 10/4, 11/15, 11/20, 12/16.


Spread Indicators

Use the following spread/momentum indicators to assist in your trading of the QQQQ, GLD, USD, USO and TLT. They are tuned to deliver signals in line with the Stock Barometer and we use them only in determining our overall outlook for the market and for pinpointing market reversals. The level, direction, and position to the zero line are keys in these indicators. For example, direction determines mode and a buy signal 'above zero' is more bullish than a buy signal 'below zero'.

QQQQ Spread Indicator (NASDAQ:QQQQ)

The QQQQ Spread Indicator will yield its own buy and sell signals that may be different from the Stock Barometer. It's meant to give us an idea of the next turn in the market.

Gold Spread Indicator (AMEX:GLD)

Want to trade Gold? Use our signals with the Gold ETF AMEX:GLD. Gold gives us a general gage to the overall health of the US Economy and the markets.

US Dollar Index Spread Indicator (INDEX:DXY)

Want to trade the US Dollar? Use our signals with the Power Shares AMEX:UUP: US Dollar Index Bullish Fund and AMEX:UDN: US Dollar Index Bearish Fund.

Bonds Spread Indicator (AMEX:TLT)

Want to trade Bonds? Use our signals with Lehman?s 20 year ETF AMEX:TLT. The direction of bonds has an impact on the stock market. Normally, as bonds go down, stocks will go up and as bonds go up, stocks will go down.

OIL Spread Indicator (AMEX:USO)

Want to trade OIL? Use our signals with AMEX:USO, the OIL ETF. We look at the price of oil as its level and direction has an impact on the stock market.


Supporting Secondary Indicator

We daily monitor hundreds of popular and proprietary technical indicators that break down market internals, sentiment and money flow to give us unique insight into the market. We feature at least one here each day in support of our current outlook. As an annual subscriber to any of our services, you will get access to all our charts and research.


Summary of Daily Outlook

We remain in Buy Mode, looking for the markets to move higher into the end of December - but CAUTIOUS of a potential reversal here.

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IF the markets do turn lower, we expect them to do so for the first two weeks of January.

Timing is critical here. So stay tuned.

If you're interested in attending a presentation of my Stock Trading Secrets Session, it will be held on Saturday January 8th, 2011 from 10am to 2pm. This is an online class designed for beginner to intermediate traders. I've had people take it multiple times because the theme changes along with the current market conditions. We will be holding these sessions on a monthly basis. Here's the link to sign up: (It's only $39.95 - and would make a great holiday gift too.) click here to sign up now

For my clients who trade intra day - here are the indices pivots for today's trade.

I publish charts of the ES and Qs with pivots in the chat room every morning. Join me in the chat room if you want to see them, and learn how to use them.

Here's a deeper look at the S&P Futures - these levels are very important if you're going to day trade the market.

These levels are important for both day traders and investors. How? Well, if you are going to take a stock position, it's always best to get the most efficient entry. Understanding that there are key pivots during the day and key levels that futures traders look for, will help you figure a better entry price (instead of just buying at the open). Combine these levels with the timing of the economic reports on the list at the top of the page, and you can really catch some nice swings in the market. More efficient trade entry increases your relative profit per trade.

If you have any questions or comments, email me at Jay@stockbarometer.com.

Regards,

 


 

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