The Technical View – “Short Squeeze”: How to Know When It’s A New Bull Move
This week world markets moved up from their lows in a nice “Short Squeeze” – the exact same thing that happened in 2008, as we were looking at last week. Â When markets move up, people start to talk about the next Bull Market. Â But how do you really know when it’s a new Bull move?
We look at the signs to watch out for:
- Â Lowered volatility (not yet),
- breakout above resistance (not yet), and;
- a zig zag up (not yet).
We also look at the current and future support and resistance in world markets from Shanghai, India, Europe, US and of course Australia.
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– Dave McLachlan
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February 21, 2016 Tags: All Ordinaries, chart pattern, FTSE 100, Nifty 50, NSEI, s&p 500, shanghai composite, technical analysis, technical view, where the market is heading Posted in: The Technical View