The Technical View – “Short Squeeze”: How to Know When It’s A New Bull Move

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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.  When markets move up, people start to talk about the next Bull Market.  But how do you really know when it’s a new Bull move?

We look at the signs to watch out for:

  •  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.

Check it out!

I hope you have enjoyed this post.  Please leave a comment below!

Happy Trending,

– Dave McLachlan

More videos from the Technical View:

  1. The Technical View – Short Term Up Trends Confirmed, Where is Future Resistance?
  2. The Technical View – The Lines in the Sand on World Indices that Determine Market Moves
  3. The Technical View – “Short Squeeze”: How to Know When It’s A New Bull Move
  4. The Technical View – Current Markets Resemble 2008, But Where Are We In The Cycle?
  5. The Technical View – Current Support and Resistance Levels on World Markets

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February 21, 2016  Tags: , , , , , , , , ,   Posted in: The Technical View

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