Decision Time

Posted: October 30th, 2010 under Commodities, Forex, Predictions, Stocks.

Things are lining up for Election Day for some kind of terminal event in the rally from the August low, either a pop higher to complete a fifth wave or a turn lower across the range of markets. The US Dollar appears to be forming a triangle that will soon end with a thrust in one or other direction.

I recommend clicking on each chart to see the enlarged version as browsers tend to do awful things to shrunken images, such as remove price bars entirely.

UUP – US Dollar

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For UUP - US Dollar for October 29th, 2010

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For UUP – US Dollar for October 29th, 2010 – click to enlarge

Gold – GLD

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Gold (GLD) for October 29th, 2010

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Gold (GLD) for October 29th, 2010 – click to enlarge

Amazon AMZN

Amazon formed a top on Oct 25th but the alignments are not the best and there may be one more pop higher into one of the the spiral clusters shown for Nov 3rd and Nov 8th.

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Amazon AMZN for October 29th, 2010

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Amazon AMZN for October 29th, 2010 – click to enlarge

Dow

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For DJIA for October 29th, 2010

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Dow Jones Industrial Average for October 29th, 2010 – click to enlarge

S&P 500

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For S&P 500 for October 29th, 2010

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For S&P 500 for October 29th, 2010 – click to enlarge

Nasdaq-100

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Nasdaq-100 for October 29th, 2010

Spiral Calendar Turn Dates Chart For Nasdaq-100 for October 29th, 2010 – click to enlarge

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  1. Nice work

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    Comment by mcclin — November 8, 2010 @ 10:05 am

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