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1/18/2010 8:17:50 PM

Are the bulls afraid?

Welcome to Lynn T's 1-2-3 PLUS Alert. To learn more about my Partial Leverage Utilization System, click here.

It would seem that the bears have crept out of hibernation and stunned the bulls. Now, I don't think the startling will curb the advance for long. It might just be a cure to the bull's hiccups. So, are the bulls afraid? Not at all.

As you could have guessed, we are going to remain in the same position we have been in seemingly forever right now. What's wrong with that? Nothing when you're on the same side as the market.

No new position (see weighting below).

Current Weighting Suggestion:

2/3 in Bullish Leverage
1/3 Cash

Long Term Investor Buy Signal Alert

Over the past several years, this indicator has predicted several 100-point or more moves in the S&P. There are only 2 to 3 of these signals every year, so they're worth paying attention to. This is an ideal signal for investors to put cash to work following a down move in the market.

There is no long term investor buy signal at present.

Past Long Term Investor Buy Signals

March 18,2009 - resulted in an advance of around 235 over 4 months
October 29, 2008 - resulted in an advance of 76 points over 4 days.
July 23, 2008 - resulted in an advance of 34 points over 3 weeks.

Long Term Investor Crash Warning Indicator

This indicator is a variation of the widely published Hindenburg Omen. We'll let you know when we're seeing indications of a potential crash to come. This would be a good time for long term investors to take some money off the table.

This indicator is not coming into play at this point in time.

You can email me with any questions at plus@stockbarometer.com.

Have a great week!

 

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