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Archive for April, 2010

Thursday Forecast

The tentative EminiForecaster forecast for the trading week ending May 7th
is now posted.

http://eminiforecaster.com/members/membersblog/forecaster.php (click "next
week")

We expect the market to rise all week.

We remain in a bullish environment. As previously mentioned, we are seeing
increased volatility however and this suggests the down cycles may become
larger as we move forward. For now, the bulls remain in control.

Last week we had issues with the G-line posting correctly as the line
should have shown a decline in the first two days of the week. Those issues
have been resolved and the posted lines are accurate.  Last week we also
expected the most volatility early in the week.  This coming week we are
seeing potential for high volatility on Tuesday May 4th. Friday May 7th is
also worthy of mention as a potential higher volatility day.

For the remainder of the week we see resistance in the 1220 area and
support at or about 1180.

More on Sunday-

Wishing you the very best,

Vadim, Rob & Staff

EMF Official Forecast

The tentative EminiForecaster forecast for the trading week ending April 30th is now posted.

http://eminiforecaster.com/members/membersblog/forecaster.php

There are no changes to the forecast. We expect the market to decline into mid week and then rise from there.

We remain in a bullish environment though we are seeing signs of increased volatility.  This suggests the down cycles may become larger as we move forward. However, the bulls remain in control, so look for good rallies after entries on pullbacks in the trend.

We expect to see the most volatility early in the week.

For the coming week, we see support in the 1195 and 1200 areas and resistance at or about 1225.

Wishing you the very best,

Vadim, Rob & Staff

Thursday Forecast

The tentative EminiForecaster forecast for the trading week ending April
23rd is now posted.

http://eminiforecaster.com/members/membersblog/forecaster.php (click “next
week”)

We expect the market to decline all week. The decline should start on
Monday-Tuesday of next week.

There is a good potential that next week we will see the most volatility
on Monday.

The current bullish forecast is working well as the market drifts higher,
though tomorrow might be a big down day as we are already 5 pts down in the
after market session.

More on Sunday.

Wishing you the best,

Vadim, Rob & Staff

Sunday Forecast

The official EminiForecaster forecast for the trading week ending April
17th is now posted.

http://eminiforecaster.com/members/membersblog/forecaster.php

There are no changes to the forecast from Thursday. We expect the market
to rise all week, though we may see some consolidation early in the week.
Followed by a likely resumption of the uptrend as the week progresses.

There is a good potential that next week we will see the most volatility
on Thursday. Especially if we move higher into Thursday it can be big down
day.

Resistance is at the psychological 1200 area initially and then the 1215
area from there. To the  downside, the 1170 and 1162 areas are key.

Wishing you the best,

Vadim, Rob & Staff

EMF Tentative Official Forecast

The tentative EminiForecaster forecast for the trading week ending April 9th is now posted.

http://eminiforecaster.com/members/membersblog/forecaster.php (click “next
week”)

We expect the market to decline all week.

We have a holiday tomorrow so the markets are mostly closed.

We remain in a bullish environment so down cycles may tent to have smaller swings that the up weeks. As markets rise, volatility drops and it makes for smaller daily ranges. April is traditionally a fairly volatile month however, so we might see some increase in daily ranges in the weeks to come.

There will be no changes to the official forecast due to the holiday.  As a result, this is also the official forecast for next week.  I will post key levels and the official Gline on the platform however at some point over the weekend.

Have a great Holiday.

Wishing you the very best,

Vadim, Rob & Staff