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An Easy Path to Dow 21,000

By: Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks

 -- Published: Monday, 19 December 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

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The 19727 target we were using to stay on the right side of the rampaging bull has gotten trashed, suggesting buyers are in need of no rest, even after climbing 2550 points from the election night low. A run-up to 20,000 seemed in-the-bag when 19727 got taken out a week ago, but here’s something more ambitious to contemplate: 21,101, the rally target of the pattern shown. Judging from the ease with which the Dow blew past the 19492 midpoint pivot, odds of a further run-up to 21,101 in the first quarter of 2017 look quite good — about 75% in my estimation. The chart also implies that a pullback to the red line would be a ‘mechanical’ buy if it were to occur four to six weeks from now. If you don’t subscribe, you can access the chat room and all of Rick's trading 'touts' instantly by clicking here for a no-risk, two-week trial subscription.


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