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GrandSupercycle

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Previous SPX 8 hour chart bearish warning confirmed and daily chart is now breaking down.

So it should roll over soon and presumably then rescued via QE3 before the US elections.

Let's see if I'm right...
 

GrandSupercycle

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Despite central bank short covering spikes last week, SPX & AUDUSD daily chart significant retracement still expected.
And then prolly a QE3 rally prior to US elections...
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GrandSupercycle

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Despite central bank rally last week, SPX / AUDUSD / GOLD / SILVER daily chart significant correction still expected.
And then prolly a QE3 rally prior to US elections...
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GrandSupercycle

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SPX daily chart remains bearish and weekly is neutral.
Impending sell off expected.
GOLD and SILVER too.
 
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GrandSupercycle

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Due to ECB short covering spike yesterday, SPX etc are very overextended and retracement needed.

GOLD and SILVER daily charts are very overextended and good retracement expected.
 

GrandSupercycle

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As usual, once the SPX shorts are all burnt [which propels the market higher] the sell off can resume.

Extremely overextended GOLD & SILVER impending correction is close.

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GrandSupercycle

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ES pullback from extreme levels commences.

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Due to further USD suppression via QE3, previous bearish warnings for any commodities are now invalid.

USDX bearish rising wedge on weekly chart now looks confirmed.

The election rally target for DOW is approx 14,600

Central bank intervention ensures that the next big crash will be worse than 2008.
Guaranteed.
 

GrandSupercycle

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Despite ongoing equity support & USD suppression, natural market forces will always return - eventually.
Significant equity & commodity sell off should be this week.
 
 
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