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Outlook for week of January 19, 2015

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Outlook and weekly comments for world stock markets. Weekly reversal levels for stocks, gold and currencies. This method keeps you on the right side of the market most of the time, letting the winners run while avoiding big losses on investments.

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Outlook for week of January 19, 2015

  1. 1. Outlook for week of January 19, 2015  US and Japanese stock indexes remain weak bullish. Survived another test of their weekly reversal levels. On a 3rd test you usually see the level broken. FTSE100 stays in bearish mode and DAX weak bullish.  Bonds continue bull run, but MoM is reaching the +8 very optimistic stage. May drop back suddenly.  Gold gives a long term buy signal and is now in bullish mode.  $EURUSD continues to weaken, with MoM at very depressed -8.  Oil remains fully bearish. MoM has reached -10, which is extremely rare on a weekly chart. It happens about once in 50 years on any given market. We patiently wait for MoM to turn up. Weekly Reversal Levels © LunaticTrader.com
  2. 2.  Ongoing pullback in US and Japanese stocks. DAX is outperforming and FTSE100 is starting to improve.  Can take partial profits in bonds (TLT), which see MoM turn down from a very high +9.  Gold rallying. No signs of topping out.  EURUSD remains very weak. Waiting for MoM to turn back up.  Oil has bounced back a bit after MoM turned up this week. Look for a test of the reversal level, currently at $57.32 Daily Reversal Levels © LunaticTrader.com
  3. 3.  Buy signal for France.  Sell signal for Switzerland.  Speculative buy signal for Malaysia and Russia.  Weak sell signal for Australia.  Can take partial profits in Indonesia.  Comment: We see a bit of greening up this week. The global picture is still very mixed. Weekly Reversal Levels for World markets © LunaticTrader.com
  4. 4.  Sell signal for AXP GS and JPM  Partial profits can be taken in HD  19 stocks bullish, down from 22 last week. Below 20 = struggling bull market. See article: Keeping an eye on the Dow stocks  Comment: Three sellers this week means we have only 19 bullish stocks left. That's no reason for panic, it just means we better become a bit more careful. If the number of bullish drops below 15 then we will be in a bear market. In a continuing bull market the number of bullish stocks should climb back to 25. We will see what comes along first. Weekly Reversal Levels for 30 Dow stocks © LunaticTrader.com Note: the weekly reversal levels for over 1000 stocks and ETF can be picked up for free on my blog every weekend The daily reversal levels for over 1000 stocks and ETF are available for a few $ on Scutify every day: click here
  5. 5.  New Bottom1 target for Nasdaq at 4569  New Bottom2 target for EURUSD at 1.1125  DAX is testing its long standing Top target at 10240  Stock indexes are now pulling back after testing their Top1 targets.  Crude Oil seems to have found support near its weekly Bottom target at $46 . Target zones Legend * = new or updated target (W) = major weekly target Note: we use a +/-1% zone around these targets. The target zones are a by-product of the reversal level calculations. When a target is reached the market will typically react and turn back from it. On the second or third attempt the target finally gets broken and then the next target comes into play. So these target zones can be used as price objectives for taking profits or for entering the market after a significant sell-off. They can be seen as a kind of pivot points. When MoM indicator reverses right near a target zone it is very likely that the market has reached a temporary peak (or bottom). For more details about the target zones, see: http://lunatictrader.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/key-target-levels/ © LunaticTrader.com
  6. 6. More details about the reversal levels and how to use them in your trading can be found here: http://lunatictrader.wordpress.com/key-reversal-levels/  Blog: http://LunaticTrader.Wordpress.com  On Twitter: http://twitter.com/lunatictrader1  On Scutify: http://www.scutify.com/profiles/scutifier.aspx?q=LunaticTrader  On Stocktwits: http://stocktwits.com/LunaticTrader For daily reversal levels, regular market commentary or questions you are welcome to follow or contact us here: © LunaticTrader.com Disclaimer Investing in stocks, forex or commodities is risky. No guarantee can be given that the opinions or predictions given in this presentation will be correct. LunaticTrader cannot in any way be responsible for eventual losses you may incur if you trade based on the given information. Simulated trading programs in general are subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown. Trade at your own risk and responsibility. Note: the weekly reversal levels for over 1000 stocks and ETF can be picked up for free on my blog every weekend The daily reversal levels for over 1000 stocks and ETF are available for a few $ on Scutify every day: click here
  7. 7. More details about the reversal levels and how to use them in your trading can be found here: http://lunatictrader.wordpress.com/key-reversal-levels/  Blog: http://LunaticTrader.Wordpress.com  On Twitter: http://twitter.com/lunatictrader1  On Scutify: http://www.scutify.com/profiles/scutifier.aspx?q=LunaticTrader  On Stocktwits: http://stocktwits.com/LunaticTrader For daily reversal levels, regular market commentary or questions you are welcome to follow or contact us here: © LunaticTrader.com Disclaimer Investing in stocks, forex or commodities is risky. No guarantee can be given that the opinions or predictions given in this presentation will be correct. LunaticTrader cannot in any way be responsible for eventual losses you may incur if you trade based on the given information. Simulated trading programs in general are subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown. Trade at your own risk and responsibility. Note: the weekly reversal levels for over 1000 stocks and ETF can be picked up for free on my blog every weekend The daily reversal levels for over 1000 stocks and ETF are available for a few $ on Scutify every day: click here

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