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Market Opening Outlook 11/2/11

The overnight action was relatively quiet in the Spoos. The 2 and 5 day cycles’ sideways up phase pattern (an up phase in time that doesn’t go up) was maintained through the night as markets traded from the Far East to Europe. The players are waiting expectantly to see what Ben drops in the bowl, not to mention, which bowl he drops it in. The 30 minute bar chart on the S&P fucutures has a slight uptilt, with a trading range of 1220-1240. The 2 day cycle is due to begin a down phase this morning, but the real action won’t start until the bowl splasher is released just after 12:30 PM ET when the FOMC announcement is due. I would also keep in mind that the market’s usual initial reaction on FOM Circus day is often reversed the following day, after traders have had a day to mull things over.

S&P Futures Intraday Chart- Click to enlarge

UPDATE 9:44 AM SPX initial 2 day cycle projection 1237-1243.

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Russ Winter, Aaron Krowne, and I will be getting together for a Radio Free Wall Street podcast just after the Fed announcement, to give you our instant analysis. That will be posted later this afternoon. I invite you to join us there.

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Here’s how gold looks this morning.

Intraday gold chart- click to enlarge

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