Kevin Lane notes that “short-term momentum indicators on the
NASDAQ Composite that suggest, in the near-term, the index may be a tad
extended and ripe for a shortterm pullback.”

Fibonacci Retracement Graph
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Fib_retrace_nasdaq_8105

Source: Technimentals

“Overall, we think the intermediate term trend is for higher
prices, we could see some retracing back down towards the 2,127 level as the
NASDAQ reversed off the 2,200 level.”

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3 Responses to “Chart of the Week: Fibonacci Retracement Graph”

  1. Chris says:

    Posts like this have been great places to buy.

  2. Barry,

    Want a sure bet? Whether inflation, deflation, mania or panic ensues, VOLATILITY WILL GO UP. Buy the VIX at its all time low. And maybe short copper…