Getting Set To Move Higher

BeM

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Nikkei 225

I think those chart-lovers would find this chart really interesting! ;)
 

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bigblue

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Anyone know where I can find some reliable very long term histroical OHLC for sterling, S&P 500, Ftse etc etc
Thanks
 

bigblue

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i am talking about 100 years +
 

Skimbleshanks

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On TC2000 I have the data for the S&P500 going back to January 1962 - not sure if S&P existed before then.

The Dow daily charts go back to 1915.

Hang Seng goes back to 1987.

FTSE100 goes back to 1995.
 

bigblue

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tks but i am looking for really long term, 100 years plus
 

tradesmart

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Looking at Roger's 87 year Dow chart, I find it heartening to see that if the bear market continues into the new year there is an obvious support level at around 840 established between 1965 and 1985! (I'm strong on t/a y'know) :D :D

TradeSmart
 

madasafish

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hmm Dow support at 840..

Well if it gets there we will neither need it or be able to trade it.. because the world financial system will have crashed and most banks and institutions will have gone bust:) long before then!
 

tradesmart

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madasafish,

I'm that confident, I'm going to short it and will be looking to cover at 1000 (no stop-loss necessary!)

TradeSmart
 

RogerM

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Tradesmart - you have of course picked on one of the more interesting features of this chart. Also note that after the 1929 crash it took 26 years until 1955 for the Dow to recover to its former high.

Then when the Dow hit 1000 for the first time in 1966 it took until 1982 for it to break thru the 1000 resistance level.
 

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Riz

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Hmm, as in the long run we'll all be dead and I have no patience to go for 20 odd years trades, I'd better move on to the other threads :)

Riz
 
 
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