The link didn't work again but I know what you are talking about. I'm pretty much all in at this point so I'll have to ride out the storm if there is one. I'm just not good at timing. You have a better sense than I do RG.
I just try and capture the longest trends I can. This is why low valuations are pretty important for me. TTM p/e's under are a simple way to find values for me that will work out 5 years later. The research has shown if you pay more than 50 ttm p/e and hold those stocks for 5 yrs you will underperform the S&P. You can pay up to 30 ttm p/e and hold for 5 years or more and beat the market. Of course if you are a trader none of this really matters. If I traded I would just use technicals and momentum factors like an IBD or Navellier approach. I like to be in place a bit early, then IBD finds my stock after it has already risen significantly. Works for me but not all the time lol. Most of the time is better than none of the time lol.
I expect the broad market to go higher this week. However, I doubt the S&P will break through 1207 with out retracing to 1177. If you have some trading gains... you might wanna ring the register here over 1200.