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Bull & Bear Tracker Signal Back to GREEN

The market crash that had been underway since October 10th has been abated.
Michael Markowski writes for
Michael Markowski writes for

The signal for the Bull & Bear Tracker has gone from RED to GREEN. The market crash that had been underway since October 10th has been abated. Those who participated in my strategy which I outlined in my October 5, 2018, article entitled “Perfect Storm NOW Brewing for Possible Market Crash on Monday” should sell the SPXS. Had one purchased SPXS shares at the closing price of $22.01 on October 5th and sold at 3:20PM today at $23.61 booked a 7.3% gain.

The Bull & Bear Tracker’s GREEN and RED signals are a great way to trend trade the market and to also capitalize on sudden spurts of volatility. My Oct. 5 article, I detailed an investing strategy to utilize the Bull & Bear Tracker’s RED signal to purchase the SPXS during the last half hour of trading. The Bull & Bear Tracker’s signals are utilized to trade the Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 3X Shares ( (SPXL[ARCA]$48.22 0. (0.02%) )) and the Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bear 3X Shares ( (SPXS[ARCA]$23.60 0.04 (0.17%)

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Disclaimer. Mr. Markowski’s crash predictions are frequently ahead of the curve. The September 2007 predictions that appeared in his column stated that share-price collapses of the five major brokers, including Lehman and Bear Stearns, were imminent. While warnings were accurate, they proved to be premature. For this reason he had to advise readers to get out a second time in his January 2008 column entitled “Brokerages and the Sub-Prime Crash”. His third and final warning to get out, and stay out, occurred in October of 2008 after Lehman had filed for bankruptcy. In that article “The Carnage for Financials Isn’t Over” he reiterated that share prices for Goldman and Morgan Stanley were too high. By the end of November 2008, the share prices of both had fallen by an additional 60% and 70%, respectively — new all-time lows.

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