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Thread: Mad Dow Disease

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    marketwavez Guest

    Default Mad Dow Disease

    Here's Looking At The Dow

    Diamond Top Formation With A Breakout -
    All Happening Since The Beginning Of A 5th Wave
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    marketwavez Guest

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    Dow Jones

    Pushing Through Multiple Resistance ?

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    Counting what an index is doing from 1974 to 2006 is very hard imo. However it was so easy between 1929 and 1974 lol. I will sit down one day and try to come up with my version.

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    marketwavez Guest

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    DOW JONES -


    1960 - 2001

    LONG TERM VIEW

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    URL to copy: http://www.ttrader.com/mycharts/disp...twaves&id=1146

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    DSteckler Guest

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    You get a much different view when using a log versus a linear chart.

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