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John P. Hussman
Last week, S&P 500 broke 200-day average. Just completed a retracement "kiss" of that level. Not a forecast, just an observation. Selling into any decline is hard, and this is where trend-followers often abandon discipline. Fewer than 36% of U.S. stocks remain above own 200DMAs.
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Gubb 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp
Kiss of the spyder.. I see what you did there.. :)
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Jack Hon 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp
Wonder when was the last time there were more stocks under their 200 DMA?
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Something Good 15 Oct 18
Another observation...as noted by
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Mr. G. 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp @vernam79
Your last sentence is a mind blower...of course, as a gold and silver bug, I WANT a huge correction. Bring it ON.
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Ariel 🥥 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp @gaddijg
Love the word “discipline”
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Let it rain 15 Oct 18
Replying to @arielsbdar @hussmanjp
name of the game
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user_error 16 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp
continues to flirt with the 200DMA, and is now just a hair above it.
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Jamie Weit 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp
Gold went down with everything last time. Not really much protection to the downside
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Botons 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp
Greg Weldon discussed this recently. Last time, everybody was already long gold so it got sold off at first with everything else. This time around we have the largest net short position in gold history...possibly different reaction this time. Maybe last Thursday is a preview?
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RE|SET 2018 15 Oct 18
Replying to @hussmanjp
I shorted the S&P the moment it doubled, that was at 1500, long way to go :-)
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birger braadland 27 Oct 18
Replying to @KayGee1247 @hussmanjp
It comes later and goes deeper than you think. I shorted in late 2017 and only recovered now. should have sold in February but was not disciplined enough.
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