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  • jkanalysis jkanalysis Feb 20, 2013 3:07 PM Flag


    With a close below 1519.92, the Spx puts in place an outside reversal day at the end of a 5 year 120% plus run ( current price 1517). This should end the bear market rally that began in March of 2009. Meanwhile, island reversal top still firmly in place on Crm. I am looking for the first technical break for crm ( a close below $169.00), to come BEFORE the earnings release and set Crm up for a massive fall after the earnings release. Best wishes, shorts.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • jk - nice to have you "back". Funny on this board we have nothing but long "fools". Waiting patiently for our huge payday in CRM, its coming, I can feel it. It will only take a top line stumble and we'll see this one fall, closer to its true value, wayyyyy below where we are today.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • I have another comment. If the riskiest assets were guaranteed to go up, they wouldn't be the riskiest assets. Risky assets aren't sure winners. Otherwise, by definition they wouldn't be risky assets. Regardless of what pumpers and their masters want to accomplish, cuts in Federal spending reduce technology services purchases and prices paid. Selling contracts at discounted prices doesn't bring in profits, especially when the seller has high costs.

    • 1519.92 remains the top and the island reversal top on CRM remains. Even on today's big move up, CRM isn't as high as it was a few days ago. As for many overpriced stocks, while today's move up was said to be the public buying (not confirmed one way or the other), who were the sellers at different times and especially at the end of the day that kept the SPX from ending the day about that 1517 technical mark. Many stocks are showing larger numbers of insider sales.

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      • everfoxy, you still post such useless "analysis". That stuff is just gibberish. I hope you realize one day that you cannot figure this stuff out that easily.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • BTW, CRM may be following a pattern similar to when AAPL went from 700+ to its current 450 area (and AAPL has GAAP earnings). As AAPL traded between the low 600's and 700+, all comments were positive. There was more caution and talk as AAPL dropped from there. The message was to buy those dips. The more AAPL sold off, the more the comments turned negative. I haven't figured out when it might be time to go long AAPL and I won't be short AAPL 250 points off its high, but CRM could have a similar pattern with the bulls only becoming bearish AFTER CRM collapses. Regardless of how CRM's stock price moves, it's something that can be dealt with, just as AAPL's was and will be. BTW, the pr on coal stocks was also most positive as coal stocks peaked.

    • you're technical analysis is irrelevant. What don't you understand about that. Buy everything, especially the riskiest of assets like this turd.

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