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Markets often do this type of tactic. Some big sellers take advantage and sell big.

Late, hours to days, the market heads back up.

This has been the usual thing..... until ..... the merry go round stops. Then the market will crash.

Question is how far a drop now and far far back up, in time rof Santa's rally?

COULD WE EXPECT A MAJOR CRASH IN 2022?

 

 

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19 minutes ago, skyreach said:

Markets often do this type of tactic. Some big sellers take advantage and sell big.

Late, hours to days, the market heads back up.

This has been the usual thing..... until ..... the merry go round stops. Then the market will crash.

Question is how far a drop now and far far back up, in time rof Santa's rally?

COULD WE EXPECT A MAJOR CRASH IN 2022?

 

 

Hi @skyreach

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Chris Harvey’s reign as the year’s biggest bull won’t extend into next year.

The Wells Fargo Securities head of equity strategy, whose 2021 S&P 500 target is 4,825, predicts Wall Street will stage a vibrant year-end rally and then see a losing 2022.

Full article by CNBC

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Change of volume and momentum moves on the monthly to daily prices give a general indication of  likely longer term future.

Some think most markets have peaked viewing the existing total amount of borrowed money for investing because they think it is a no brainer and prudent rules go out of the window. The professionals have borrowed levels is at highest ever. This has been the precursor to bear markets.

When it starts, who can say? Anyone knows?

Also new public and other investors go into the market in its last stages. That is when some big professionals start to sell off, hence the big volatility moves in the markets. Some plausible public event / political event or an immediate negative drama unfolds is used to justify in the media why the sell off. The pattern is the same  every time.

Volatility increases , down huge amount, then up again, as the market makers have an agreed average sell price for their big clients. You cannot sell a huge quantity without the rest of the market sitting still, they sell into it too. So the price will go back up and more sell offs at the higher levels.  What happens after that depends on the general market's mood.

Lot of people, in the frenzy, think "the markets will ALWAYS GO UP AFTER A FALL / CORRECTION. But there comes a point it will  not. Still the players HOPE that it will go back up. Always investors usually experience sometime in their trading life.

 

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4 hours ago, Marcraffard said:

Nikkei falls again today… are we going to experience a bearish week?

Hi @Marcraffard

Asian Markets Fall in Early Monday Trading on Covid-19 Concerns

Investors look for clues after Friday drops, heavy volumes. Investors around the globe are looking to Monday’s early trading for clues to the scale of the threat posed by the emergence of a new Covid-19 variant.

 

Why the New Coronavirus Variant Triggered Selloffs in Bitcoin and Stocks
After scientists identified a new variant of the virus causing Covid-19, countries restricted travel to and from southern Africa. WSJ’s Anna Hirtenstein explains that investors have turned to bonds and gold as they prepare for more potential disruption. Photo: Sumaya Hisham/Reuters
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8 minutes ago, Marcraffard said:

When I see the closing price of the Nikkei, I think we’re going to have another bearish day.

1- The shorter ones wake up!!!
2- The longer ones tighten the buttocks a little 😁

Hi @Marcraffard

Japan shares lower at close of trade; Nikkei 225 down 1.63%

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Japan equities were lower at the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Paper & PulpRailway & Bus and Real Estate sectors propelled shares lower.

At the close in Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 fell 1.63% to hit a new 1-month low.

Investing.com, Stock Market News 2021-11-30

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