Monday, August 17, 2009

Lets see if this makes sense

The Hang Seng, and Nikkei are down 2.5% or more Sunday Night, and liquidity as we know it to be, is in the lead in downward motion. In this case, the above picture is probably worth 10t to 20K words from guru's recapping the action and explaining why their point of view is right.

Bottom line, market is in downward motion. Mr. Nasty says so. Liquidity says so.
SHORT ANSWERS. Basically any questions seem to me, to be handily resolved by observing the Liquidity Curve posted above.

It seems that the trend in uranium stocks is in suspense. The only group that is overp-represented amongst the technical scans is some small copper stocks, but then that is what PEAK PERFORMANCE PICKS is all about. Likely the gold price, and gold stocks will go in direct correlation to the Liquidity Curve, as well as the general stock market. Basically all three are joined at the hip. US Govt Bonds are neither indicating panic or hyperinflation, so we will probably find some normality in a basic correction of the Rally from Mar 9 forward, including the recent rise from July 6. Each one of these moves has contributed significant winners, of 25-50% in 2-4 weeks, which, compared to the general market, is robust. Distribution of the winners were fairly obscure stocks within specific energy and metals groupings.
This weeks picks showed the same pattern. Energy infrastructure, and marginal energy processors and producers placed a few candidates within the current group.

Due to the current downdraft "in-motion", any potential acquisitions, this week, need to be approached conservatively and with discipline.

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