7/16/2009

Today's bullish blogger list:

carlfutia.blogspot.com (was always bullish, but now extra bullish)
kevinsmarketblog.blogspot.com (highlighted the break of the downtrend)
bespokeinvest.typepad.com (highlighted the break of the downtrend)
slopeofhope.com (given up on H&S pattern)
http://evilspeculator.com/ (practically given up on bearish scenario)
marketpsych.com (investor pain at a 6 month low)
Put/call ratio (not a blogger, but back to range lows)

xtrends is the only bearish blogger remaining (edit: now he is mildly bullish!). I as I mentioned here, the investment crowd has once again flipped, from bearish to currently bullish. I have to admit I see some bullish technical signs, but with this amount of consensus, it's hard to belive we'll blast to new highs.

12 comments:

FiatLies said...

Another non-bullish blog...

http://thechartpatterntrader.com/

H&S still in play.

Narayana said...

does anyone watch that blog?

FiatLies said...

It's been referred to multiple times in Tim's Slop of Hope blog which gathers much traffic, so subjectively I would say yes.

Narayana said...

Good to know, thx.

troy said...

nice post, nice blog. ill be back.

Dave Narby said...

http://goldversuspaper.blogspot.com is still bearish.

Me and my blog is still bearish! ; )

Narayana said...

The blogs I listed are very popular, much visited blogs. I'm sure you could easily find 50 bullish and 50 bearish random blogs, but they don't influence anyone, nor have a track record.

FiatLies said...

I'll add this to the list of "impactful" bearish web postings:

http://www.decisionpoint.com/TAC/ORD.html

Basically, lack of volume in yesterday's rally.

Narayana said...

thanks.

Robby said...

"The blogs I listed are very popular"

Don't forget Karl Denninger's Market Ticker. Besides being one of the smarter bloggers, he's gotten air time on CNBS not once, but twice in the last week.

Anonymous said...

There is one blog that had nailed every turn and is bullish too now -http://thinkingtrades.com

Anonymous said...

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay,

Vinaydh of http://thinkingtrades.com/claims he is an engineering graduate from IIT Delhi, India. He is charing subscription fees of $99/Monthly , $249/Quarterly , $799/Yearly .

Someone with tony123 nickname has been falsely advertising his tracking records.

It is obvious that thinkingtrades.com was completely wrong about this rally during March and April and that the only time he made money was with his model portfolio.

Vinaydh posted his record of model portfolio only. He kept deleting my postings of his wrong forcasts during those months, and blocked my postings.

He is violating numerous laws concerning investment advisory services. I'd like request IIT Bombay contacts him to find whether he is an graduate from the school, and advise him to stop wrongdoings.

Sincerely,

attachment:
Track record from 06/05/09 - 06/26/09


Time to get out of longs
April 19, 2009 at 7:54 pm
by vinaydh
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The correction has begun
April 20, 2009 at 8:47 pm
by vinaydh
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The long awaited correction is finally here. I am looking for a minimum pull back to the 770-780 level.


April 30, 2009 at 9:34 pm
by vinaydh
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I am short at present

Short term top is near or is in
March 15, 2009 at 7:54 pm
by vinaydh
Market is on a mission
March 17, 2009 at 10:15 pm
by vinaydh
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This market is on a mission to achieve all its upside targets quickly.
I think that the market wants to go around its 50ma at 806.

Runaway rally
March 23, 2009 at 9:56 pm
by vinaydh
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This market never fails to surprise. Whatever the excuse behind the rally, it was impressive.
But I don’t think now is the time to chase this rally.

Market finally looks tired
March 29, 2009 at 5:54 pm
by vinaydh
But the longer term trend still firmly down, there is more risk to the downside.View comments

Something’s not right
March 31, 2009 at 9:07 pm
by vinaydh
I think this market may be setting up for a much steeper fall.