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Whatever the Load said on Wednesday, the market changed its mind about it on Thursday.

But while it looked like a breakout, it really wasn’t. Yet.

As you can see on the ES 24 hour S&P futures, we have a megaphone pattern developing. Yes they made a new high, but they didn’t break the slightly rising resistance trendline. To do that would require an hourly close above 4945 at the close of New York trading today.

And bears, don’t even think about it unless the ES is below 4915 at the close. Swing Trade Screen Picks – Clearing Out the Shorts


Meanwhile, look at the 10 year Treasury yield. Some big bullish bets have been placed in the past couple of days. We’re set up for something big here. The market will tell us over the next couple or 3 days. Fed Balance Sheet Right Now Says Bears Should Get Ready to Rumble


A possible 13-week cycle upturn here could finally get gold out of the doldrums but it would need to clear xxxx for the impetus to get back to xxxx. But in the bigger picture, there are some bad signs.    Non-subscribers click here for access.

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