6 Year Monthly chart of the Nasdaq, with dates removed: Can
you spot 9/11 on the chart?

Nasdaq, 1999 to 2005
Source: ILX

Surprisingly, the September 11 attacks are hard to pick out
on a monthly 6 year chart. Anecdotally, many traders I’ve shown this get it
wrong. That’s after thinking back to October 02 lows, and work backwards from


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One Response to “Chart of the Week: Nasdaq, 1999 to 2005”

  1. jp says:

    True its hard to find. and wow, NAZZ looks pretty good right now.