The Big Picture -- The Big Churn 1997-2021 (Est. 30 August, Earth Year 002,001)

Peter Robinson

(3/22 -- 1541 EDT) -- MA(100) support to hold? [new first chart]
(3/21) -- End-Of-Quarter lethargy to Easter?
(3/16) -- MA(20) and MA(50) support to hold?
(3/12) -- Stalling out?

(2/27) -- The top is in for end-of-month window dressing?
(2/20) -- Rolling over?
(2/9) -- Real Options Week bottom forming? Lots of positive divergences forming IMO.
The week before Options Week has been the 'Real' options week for years IMO.
(2/2) -- The dam FINALLY breaks!

(1/29) -- EOM window dressing WAY outside of upper BB(409)!
(1/24) -- Most charts are looking top-ish IMO. Another false alarm?
(1/23) -- NYSE Seismometer suggests recent run up is losing steam IMO. [Bottom p. 2]
(1/16/18) -- Time for a pause at BB(409)?

(12/18/17) -- BB(322) and BB(409) to limit upside for Santa Rally?
(11/28) -- Classic short squeeze into the close IMO.
Or is a Santa Rally building up a head of steam?
(11/13) -- SLOITC series back and under construction. [middle p. 3]
(8/30) -- Up Up and Away to SPX 5000? A post-Harvey infrastructure-building rally could really take off here IMO.
(1/24/17) -- 'Trump Traction' to SPX 5000? [SPX monthly near bottom p. 1]

(12/6/16) -- Santa Rally is back on? Move above SPX 2200 could really take off here IMO.
(2/16) -- BB(409) support has held, and we are going up again?

(2/18/15) -- June 2012 target of SPX 2100 reached. [middle p. 1]
(2/11/13) -- The Big Churn (1997-2021) is about two-thirds over IMO. [p. 1 -- posted 8/30/2001]
(6/11/12) -- 'Seven-year Itch' Triple Top at SPX 2100?

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$$$$ -- A1.05 -- SPX -- MONTHLY 1980-2002 -- THE BIG PICTURE -- Est. 8 August 002,001

(9/1/17) -- [List under reconstruction.]

(5/20/13) -- See 2001 SCC newsletter after this list was established --
(3/5/12) -- This chart was first posted on August 30th, Earth Year 002,001.
(4/22/002,006) -- Warren Buffett on hair triggers:
'There are more people [like hedge-fund managers] that go to bed at night with a hair trigger than ever before, it's an electronic herd,
they can give vent to decisions that move billions and billions of dollars with the click of a key.
We will have some exogenous event - we will have that. There will be some kind of stampede by that herd . . .

'When you have far greater sums than ever before, in one asset class after another, that are held by people who operate on a hair-trigger mechanism,
then they lend themselves to more explosive outcomes. People with very short time horizons, with huge sums of money - they can all try to head for the exits at the same time.
The only way you can leave your seat in burning financial markets is to find someone else to take your seat, and that is not always easy ...'

$$$$ -- SPY - Monthly Candlesticks, 520

A10.33 -- $SPX - Monthly Election Years

B150.12 -- !ITBMRASPX - Daily 1999 to present

B150.12 -- $SPX - Daily 1999-present ITBMRASPX MA(100) overlay

B166.6 -- B166.3 -- NYSE Seismometer Top -- daily -- 1996-2015

B166.6 -- GE:$INDU - Monthly

B195 -- NYSE - EMA(409) 1995 to 2015 -- Daily Solid Line (thin), 1600

B196 -- A1.06 -- $SPX - Monthly 1924 to present

PS -- This chart goes back to 1924, although a certain level of SCC subscription may be required to view the entire time period -- sorry if you can't see it all.
The site's historical charts, via the links on the left, are available to all I believe.

B196.5 -- A1.07 -- ZZZZ10.37 -- ZZ7.1 -- $INDU - Monthly Solid Line (thin), 1600

(9/5/15) -- Apologies once again if you are unable to see the entire time period from 1900.

(3/27/2014) -- This chart goes back to the year 1900, however it may take a certain level of membership to view the early years -- I am not sure -- so sorry if you can't see the whole time period.
If the current 'touch' at the upper red trendline is broken to the upside, what would be the upper limit?
Good question . . .

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