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Thursday, October 31, 2013

$TSLA Retracement Levels

TSLA breaking out of the hokey stick pattern and testing the 25% retracement level:


Exhuberant Bulls

Reaching for the top:


Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

$AAPL Retracement Levels

AAPL bouncing between retracement levels:


$NFLX Question Mark

The question weighing on investors' mind must be when will Icahn decide to dump the other half of his shares in NFLX:




Monday, October 28, 2013

Market Scan


















Channel watch: DST, ORI, CAKE, WOOF, AAP, MSFT, BCO, CYN, AMZN, DECK, AXP, BA, UPS, APOL; SLAB, CREE, RFMD, R,D. ORLY, SIRI, AKAM, ESRX, KBR

Swing watch: PSP, FOSL, KSU, NSC, DTV, ADBE, EXPD, LEN, WU, AA; UNH, COH, USO, EXC

Friday, October 25, 2013

$SPX New Channel, QQQ New Target

SPX/SPY broke above the ascending wedge, and is trading in what appears to be a new channel:










The Qs are aiming for the next target level at 83.83:


Market Scan

















Mo-Mo stocks: XRS, AMPE, CSIQ, SWY, XTXI, GENT, CSII, GASS

Reaching for the bottom: EXC, HMSY,IRWD, FIO, PNRA, LODT, COH, NUAN, UTEK.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

$QQQ $IWM Trned

The Qs and IWM trace a similar pattern,  although the Qs angle of ascent seems to be steepening while IWM keeps is steady:



$TSLA Playing with Fire


$HLF Support

HLF testing critical support:


Market Scan
















Channel watch: APOL, BA, BCO, BEAV, CAKE, DV, FBHS, GOOG, NSC, ORI, TSCO, XHE; ORLY, AKAM, CIEN, ALTR, CREE, FXI, USO, VLY, RFMD, SYMC.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

App Status Update

All apps have been updated and are available for immediate download.

$SPY Wedge

SPY back within the ascending wedge:


$BID Liquidity Gauge

BID the liquidity gauge for the markets approaching historical peak levels:




App Status Update

OddsTrader and OT Trend are being "processed for app store" and will be available for download within a couple of hours.









The rest should follow within days.

App Status Update

Despite several requests we still haven't heard back from Apple re. expedited review, which means that it's not likely to happen.

For those of you not familiar how the process works, before an app reaches iTunes, it has to go through a review process which (depending on how many apps are waiting for review) usually takes about 1 week.

Thanks for your patience. Ours is being tested too.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

$NFLX Shooting Star

This is what a giant weekly shooting star candle looks like:










and a daily key reversal pattern:










on news of Carl Icahn's sell.

$SPX Bull Flag

SPX bursting out of the bull flag, reaching for the next target:


Monday, October 21, 2013

$TSLA $TASR Party Over ?

The party may be soon over for these two investor's darlings:




$NFLX $CMG $GOOG Breakout

NFLX breaking out of the bull flag:










CMG & GOOG taking a breather:











Market Scan














Mo-mo stocks: PXD, PDCE, BCEI, FSLR, EHTH, TAN, SLCA, BMA, ACXM, WGO, MTDR, OMX, ANAC, PRKR, ODP, RSOL

Reaching for the bottom: CTXS, TDC, EXC, UTEK, SCSS, NUAN, AUXL, CVC, IRWD, VVUS, MCP, JCP


App Status Update

The good news is that now Gann 9 is in review:











The not so good news is that despite repeated e-mails to Apple there's no word on expediting the reviews. Which means that the process may drag out until the week-end. We have another 3 apps waiting to enter the review stage.

Industry Group Scan















Top (weekly scan): Cleaning Products, Publishing Periodicals, Asset Management, Communication Services;

Bottom (weekly scan): Health Care Plans, Home Furnishings, Computer Systems.

Best Performers 2013: Music & Video Stores, Electronic Stores, Internet Service Providers, Memory Chips, Toy & Hobby Stores, Gaming Activities, Internet, Drug Delivery;

Worst Performers: Industrial Metals & Minerals, Photographic Equipment & Supplies, Metals & Mining, Silver, Gold.

The best/worst performance results are similar for the two year period.

No worries here. The economy is on a sound footing.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

App Status Update

Good news:

OddsTrader and OT Trend are already in review, and should be available for download within a day or two.

The other apps should follow shortly.

Regards,

CIT Dates



$GOOG $NFLX $PCLN $TASR $TSLA Leading the Charge

The new market leaders:






$GLD $SLV Resistance

GLD at make or break level, testing the 50% retracement:










SLV tiptoeing around support/resistance line:




Friday, October 18, 2013

$SPY Breakout

SPY breaking above recent resistance, following in the footsteps of QQQ and IWM:


App Crash Update

We just submitted a fix for the intraday charting problem caused by unexpected changes made by the data provider.

We've also requested expedited review by Apple. If the expedited review is granted, the updates should be available within a couple of days. Otherwise it may take up to a week.

We'll keep you posted.

Regards,

CIT Dates


Thursday, October 17, 2013

$SPY Target $QQQ $IWM Breakout

SPY / SPX reaching first resistance target:











Qs and IWM in breakout mode:












Bulls reaching for the stars:


Market Scan















Channel watch:  ABT, ODP, ORLY, FDX, ALL, COP, SM, WFM, DVN, LINTA, MTX, WBS, GRMN, HSC, AAP, WYNN; ctxs

Swing watch: DIS, ATVI, KO; IQI.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

$DJIA and $SPY Targets

Both DJIA and SPY/SPX have well defined upper channel targets:



APP CRASH ALERT

Yahoo suddenly changed the way they display intraday data and all OT apps will crash when you press the 5 days (intraday) button.

We'll be submitting updates for all apps tomorrow, and it will take a few more days for the updates to get approved and distributed in iTunes.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

CIT Dates

$QQQ Channel

Qs reaching for the top of the channel:


Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Market Scan















Channel watch: FDX, HSC; CTXS, PMTC

Swing watch: HPQ, CVS, EWI.

Trend watch: CSCO, TWX, COF, COST, EWI, F, BA, CMCSA, INTC, NSC.

$SPY Wedge

SPY ascending wedge watch:


$AAPL Target

AAPL targeting the August highs:


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