Friday, November 25, 2011
Last Comment On Japan (for now)
I promise that for now, this is the last time I will comment on the Japanese stock market. I only feel the need to scream from the rooftops on this one because I am not seeing anyone else commenting on it, and I believe it is HUGELY important. The third (?) largest economy in the world is demonstrating conditions ripe for a stock market meltdown.
Here is my Elliott wave count on the Nikkei Japanese stock market ($NIKK), with all its bearish implications. Following is a 37.5 month weekly candlestick chart thru Friday's close with my thoughts:
We're not just below the recent October fall lows, we're looking at a crash-type scenario in the Japanese stock market. How this happens in a globally interconnected market without a strong move to the downside in Europe and the USA is beyond me. My subscribers and I have been short emerging markets and remain so for now. Soon, we will be looking to buy into the precious metals sector for a bull trade, but for now it is "batten down the hatches" time.
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