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Today is Rodman Day 9/29/21

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The market is rebounding today, with a big jump off the floor, after the bears’ in and out rim shot yesterday. They had a shot to win at the buzzer, but couldn’t sink it. Bulls got the rebound and are running the floor this morning.

If you’re into fiber nachos to start your day off right, the 38.2 on the ES fucutures is at 4399. The fitty is at 4415. Chart resistance levels are right where the futures are trading at 4 AM in New York at 4387. After that and a little later there’s a resistance cluster around 4305-08 around the time NY opens.

Will it get that high? Hourly oscillators are solidly bullish, but it’s too soon in the upturn for any cycle projections. I’ll look for a 2-3 day cycle projection in a few hours. For the bigger picture see The Ugh Market.

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The Ugh Market

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