21 Responses to “Market Update – Let’s Not Get Carried Away”

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  1. These candles will go out – resistance is futile. Best one can do is to spend all you have while you can – like Greece did. The bears will not have much pleasure with their profits though, unless they finally develop a way to make money edible.

  2. Ralph Squelch

    Yes! This just gets better and better. Bravo!

  3. Amanda

    Thank you very much. :-)

  4. Jackson

    Agreed. resistance points need to be breached first, until then it’ll be a volatile sideways market. So, you’d recommend some calendar spreads that will collect time premium until we’ve got a clear direction either way?

  5. Helene Öhman

    Very interesting! Thanx for the commentary!:)

  6. I believe that the main reason for the rally is not the hopes for the big bailout fund, but rather end of month / quarter flows that correct the falls seen earlier in the quarter. This positively affects stocks and also the euro.
    Next week will likely be different…

  7. Jack

    Alessio – You say you’re “pretty much bearish on the stock markets for the month ahead”. If you were put on the spot,how low would you predict the FTSE 100 will be by the end of October? 4,500? 4,000?

  8. Alan

    hate the fact that I’m so clueless about what is going on, I understand you videos though, have a lot to learn however.

    Any useful reads or sites I should be visiting?

  9. Good stuff Alessio – Analysis aside, what are your thoughts on Tradestation over Metatrader?

  10. I dont think everything will be hunky dori too. Lots of bad news yet to come. P.s i sent you an email yesterday about your sight design please have a read and reply.

  11. marco

    u use tradestation i see, what quote service do u se and haw do you connect it to tradestation?

  12. insider

    Greece will be granted with the next installment of the bailout, but it is agreed that no contribution will be added again, instead, the suspension of payments will be approved at the beginning of 2012.

    Spain and Italy will ask for bailout funds between January and March 2012

    Sometime in 2013, both, Spain and Italy will declare bankruptcy. Then, other countries will follow the same fate.

    U.S. and Europe in 2013 will suffer the worst financial crisis in its history.

    At that time, you will feel fear.

    This is an ghb-insider contribution

    Mistakes are required.

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  13. mac

    you need to grow yer hair longer and tie it back. In the US we call it a “ponytail”, and it just means you don’t give a damn. In the East- there is a lot more to it. See Mark Faber. long srty calls- and yeah- thats me- at the offer on the QID1 jan 2013’s. I think one other entity has some.

  14. Demir Tosun

    Invest in Turkish Stock Market ! according to our media thats the best

  15. Sean

    My advice? Read ZeroHedge everyday. Naked Capitalism is good for fun too.

  16. Marco – Tradestation can also give you realtime prices and quotes, plus a platform to trade on. Thanks for your question.

  17. joshy

    PLEASE EXPLAIN SINCE YOU ARE WORKING FOR A CHEMICAL COMPANY? THIS FEAR WILL CAUSE CHEMICAL WAR?

    Greece will be granted with the next installment of the bailout, but it is agreed that no contribution will be added again, instead, the suspension of payments will be approved at the beginning of 2012.

    Spain and Italy will ask for bailout funds between January and March 2012

    Sometime in 2013, both, Spain and Italy will declare bankruptcy. Then, other countries will follow the same fate.

    U.S. and Europe in 2013 will suffer the worst financial crisis in its history.

    At that time, you will feel fear.

    This is an ghb-insider contribution

    Mistakes are required.

    034816-blogmessage

  18. Thank you Joshy for your input. But I don’t work for a chemical company. lol

  19. arran

    Alessio,

    I struggle to follow your videos particularly around key decision points. I find your technical analysis vague at best. I think a good place to start is identifying the trend – I am interested in your thoughts

    kind regards

    Arran

  20. Glenn

    Hi Alessio,

    Could you produce these market updates more frequently? I enjoy listening to your technical analysis of the S&P 500.

    Thanks
    Glenn