Dow 16k

Saturday, March 29, 2008
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Funny thing is, the people who say these things, and the people who look to them for guidance, actually see some value in it all.

Band continued: “We’re in a critical stage for stocks right now, what technical analysts call the ‘right shoulder’ of a head-and-shoulders bottom. The left shoulder formed on March 10, when the Standard & Poor’s 500 index touched its closing low for the year (so far) at 1273.37. The upside-down head came on March 17, when the index broke to a new low intraday but finished at 1276.60, slightly above the March 10 close. Now we’re sliding down again to complete the right shoulder of the pattern. If all goes well, the S&P should remain comfortably above the two previous closing lows. Then we can rocket higher in April.”

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