Monday Update... another Flash Crash?
(or watch video on Youtube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE6urtuguUg)
Yes folks we had another flash crash at 4:15pm EST that put the SPY at 106.46... a 12 point drop (about 120 on the SPX)! All orders were canceled and I'm sure it will be blamed on another "fat finger" (how many fat fingers does this guy have anyway?). LOL.
Regardless of the print, Apple sold off about 20 points in afterhours from have a disappointing future outlook, and not beating the "whisper number". So, unless the banks really blow out earnings tomorrow, I'd expect the market to sell off some. How low is unknown of course, but as long as the companies reporting do a better job then Apple did, then maybe a correction down to support at 1160-1165 area would be my best guess at the first downside target.
If that breaks, then the 1140 level should give some good support. Of course all of these support levels will be blown through hard if the banks really disappoint. Let's assume they borrowed Ben's eraser, and fudge their numbers properly, which as long as they did the market isn't likely to revisit that flash crash level tomorrow (crossing fingers here, hoping it does).
Will Next Weeks' Earnings Cause The Market To Sell Off?
I think so, as I believe the market has been "buying the rumor" and will now "sell the news". With big names like Apple, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JPM, and several more, then odds of all of them beating estimates huge is very slim. The market has run up hard and fast over the last several weeks, and is now at nose bleed territory.
So have many of the stocks coming out with earnings next week. If any of them disappoint, or even just "meet" estimates, that's not going to push the market any higher. They all need to just completely blow out estimates, and give a stellar outlook for future earnings. I just don't think that's going to happen.
It would be different if the market had been selling off for the last 3 weeks, as then they would just need an excuse to rally, and just meeting estimates would be a good enough reason to do so. But since the market has already rallied, it now going to need a whole lot more... if it wants to continue higher.
I think the top is already in on this market, and next week we'll see some selling. I think that the trendline that has been supporting this rally since it started will break on Monday after the bell or Tuesday morning. From there, it's down hill for a few days (at least).
There are other reasons to expect a sell off too... the dollar! It seems to have bottomed or will bottom in one more day... probably Monday. It's almost at a serious level of support, that will be a double bottom from months ago. The same thing is happening in reverse on the Euro, as it's also at a major resistance level.
Since the market trades the opposite of the dollar, any rally in the dollar and the market will sell off. This will cause gold to sell off too. The earnings coming out this week will just be an excuse to sell, as the dollar will be the real reason the market will be going down.
Of course any of the companies that disappoint will help increase the selling. Apple and IBM are already at extremely high levels, and even if they come out with great earnings, their upside is very limited. The banks could save the market if they all beat estimates, as they did sell off some already... meaning that they could bounce if their earnings are great.
But, if they also disappoint... look out below! Now I don't think they will, as we all know how good they lie, but they are under a lot of pressure right now as this foreclosure issue isn't going away soon. More and more people will default, and these banks are going to take the heat for it. Whether or not they actually lose money from it is unknown? Remember, they pushed off most of that toxic debt to the America people. But not all... they will still suffer as they have plenty of freshly defaulting loans on their books, and we ain't buying that crap from them!
The banks led this rally up, and they will lead it back down. While we will likely have a choppy week coming up, as wild swings occur from the various companies beating and not beating estimates, I still see the week closing lower. Google might have beat estimates on Friday, but look at how it affected the market... I didn't see much upside, did you?
That tells me that even if every company beat estimates next week, the overall upside in the market is very limited. But, what are the odds of every company beating estimates, and the dollar breaking down lower through major support? Slim is the answer...
While the gangsters in Washington can continue to print money at light speed, they can't manipulate the larger time frame charts that easily. While they can strecth out the charts to extended levels, at some point the charts will react as they should... meaning that "They will work again"!
Yes, the government can only do so much plugging of the dam... but eventually the pressure is too great and the dam will burst. We are at that level now. The dollar is not likely to breakdown through the double bottom support, and nor is the Euro likely to breakout over the resistances above. The charts say a breakdown in the market is coming next week, and I believe the gangsters can't succeed in manipulating them to a point that they don't work at this point.
Too many events are lining up together, that it's just to hard too control everything. The dollar, euro, gold, and all the major players coming out with earnings next week too... it's going to breakdown, I can't find any way to stop it at this point.
Ok, let's throw the charts away for a moment and look at the political agenda that's out there. The election is just a couple weeks away now, and the Republicans are expected to take back enough seats to remove the Democrats from having full control in congress and senate. What does that mean?
Well normally the market likes to have a stalemate in both houses as no big changes ever happen because both parties are always arguing over the details of each bill. But if one party has control then they can push through new bills that they approve fairly easily, and that worries the market as some of those bills can effect their ability to steal money from the taxpayers (errr... I mean "make an honest profit").
Right now they gangsters have been loving the free money the Democrats have giving too them, but they are worried that the Republicans might change all that. So it's a tough call for the market, as they would like to see the Republicans win enough seats to produce an equal number of both parties in both houses, which should make the market feel more at easy... and therefore allow a continued move higher.
But, it would also likely cut off their free money supply that the Democrats have been giving them. So do that mean that the market wants the Democrats to remain in control? Probably not, as the continued printing of money will also push the dollar down to a level that the market will view as "Bad" for the health of the economy. They know that the Democrats will continue to pump more money into the market, with some new Quantitative Easing program... but it's not being working so far, and the market knows that.
It really put the market in a very confused state of mind. Which party do they want to win? I can't answer that of course, but at this point I don't think it's going to really matter. I think the market will sell off regardless of which party wins, and the media will spin the news to reflect it that way.
Also, there is more "meetings" taking place too. And when they involve a list of people that their combined wealth is 30 Trillion Dollars... you better listen! I'm talking about the G20 meeting on November 11th-12th, and the 112 members that will be there. I can assure you that they will be making changes that will affect the market. So what will they be? Will we sell off into the meeting, or after the meeting?
Well, base on the charts, we should be selling off into the meeting. After the meeting they will likely pull another rabbit out of a hat, and rally the market. What will it be? Another QE program? I don't know, but that meeting is just as important as the Bilderberg meeting and Legatus Pilgrimages were.
After all, it's probably made up of the same members. Here's an interesting link to it on Seeker401's site (Follow the Money). I like his comments at the end, and agree... we are overdue for another false flag event. It's sad but true that these gangsters will have staged probably every major disaster/event in the last hundred years. Who knows which ones were staged and which one's weren't?
However, even though the charts alone say that the market should crash over the next few weeks, that not enough for the gangsters. They will likely use this large move down to create fear with another disaster. Of course they will profit from it too, but they thrive on fear and evil too, so using this to their advantage will be their plan.
Just look for Obama to be sitting in another classroom of kids while a staff member comes and whispers into his ear that the plan was successful and the disaster has started... just like it happened with Bush and 911. Obama will smile and continue chatting with the kids... just like Bush did. Wax on... Wax off... Wax on... Wax off!
Ben Fulford reported that Japan recently located 5 of 6 atomic bombs that North Korea smuggled into their country last week. Will the remaining bomb be used to start WW3? Or just to cause a stock market crash? Will it be set off in Japan or America? Who really smuggled the bombs into Japan... North Korea of the Federal Reverse Nazi Gangster Gang? You know who I suspect is really behind this...
By the way, please bookmark and forward this post around to everyone you can. We need the people to wake up and realize what might happen in the next few weeks. These false flag events that the gangsters create are a horrible thing, and really make my blood boil just knowing that I don't have the power to stop them! I would if I could, but the only power I have is this blog and these constant posts I make about them. So please spread the word if you care as much about the human race as I do.
Looking over a Reinhardt's site I see that he posted a nice picture with the words "Crash of 2008" in it. The link above takes you to another page with a picture of what appears too be dear running. More likely he meant "bulls running", but maybe he didn't want too be to obvious? What should stand out to you is the date listed below that picture... "October 24th, 2010".
Now I'm not going to say that's the "crash date" or anything like that. I'll only say that the daily and weekly chart should roll over this week... and since that date is this coming Sunday, it might simply imply a "starting point" for coming crash. I will say that if the market can't breakout to new highs this week, (and I don't believe it will), the following week could be very ugly.
Just put all the pieces together folks... a dollar almost at a double bottom level of major support, the euro at a heavy resistance level, major earnings reports out this week with the news already priced in, the November elections just weeks away with the Republicans favored, a G20 meeting just shortly after the election, one missing atomic bomb in Japan, and let's not forget the ritual side of the market (from the video I posted on last weekend) that November 14th is 777 days from the September 29th, 2008 one day Dow loss of 777 points.
What more I can I say?