Weekend Market Update 12-21-2018

Gravitational forces continue to draw markets lower and lower.

The obvious question is:

"For cryin' out loud, where's the freekin' bottom already?"

Regular viewers of the common sense market analysis videos have found no surprises thus far.  We take the market movement in stages - one by one.  

Each stage gives us the highest probable movement for the next.

Here's the next one...

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Irv S - December 22, 2018 Reply

Thanks again Dave, for the analysis. The calls on the S&P levels are uncanny, you’re the best!!!

Jay G - December 22, 2018 Reply

David – thank you for this weekend update during this period of extreme volatility!
Thank you again for your dedication to daily education and analysis – it is greatly appreciated 🙂

Randall R - December 22, 2018 Reply

You fascinate me so! Thank you for the information. I’m your #1 fan.

Eric - December 22, 2018 Reply

Ola!, David,

Being a Day Trader of stocks myself, I’m going to go out on a limb here… and say, I believe that your analysis is just as relevant and valid for Stock Traders as it is for Futures Traders?!

Nevertheless, thank you for the video and analysis… and the color commentary and varied opinions, of course. It’s real a joy, and I truly value and learn from these vids… least of all, look forward to them.


    David Frost - December 23, 2018 Reply

    Thank you. Yes, it’s relevant for all traders in all markets.

JOSEPH P KELLY - December 22, 2018 Reply

David, I just signed up for some of your courses – I feel blessed that I somehow stumbled across your daily market videos on YouTube… Thanks you for your help and inspiration, Joe

    David Frost - December 23, 2018 Reply

    Thank you very much

Kevin M - December 22, 2018 Reply

Thanks David,
Merry Christmass

Bill - December 22, 2018 Reply

Thanks again David, really wild, depressing week, and I made a couple of good short trades.
Brilliant call on TLT, you made it on Oct. 25 @ around 114.50, now 121 according to my notes. At the time, bond rates could only go higher, prices lower, according to the “tin hats”.
I thought your forecast was bold, maybe folly? I put on a TBT put spread, closed early but made some dough…$400.
Just letting the Board know that in the 9 months of following you on video and taking your course, you have made me close to 10K. My “permanent” long term positions have been ravaged 🙁

As always, very grateful for your gift to us, thank you David and Merry Christmas to you and all on the board,

    David Frost - December 23, 2018 Reply

    Thanks for posting that. Fantastic, keep up the great work.

Joseph - December 22, 2018 Reply

Thanks David-
So awesome!!

Steve Koffler - December 23, 2018 Reply

David, If morning gaps are filled 70-80% of the time–does it make any sense to buy a stock right at the end of the day–a minute or before the close?
…Its probably a stupid question–since we have to close all our positions at the end of the day.

    David Frost - December 23, 2018 Reply

    If you have a good reason to buy a stock at the close, up to you. Can’t imagine why unless you were confident it would open higher the next day.

scott n - December 24, 2018 Reply

Happy Holidays!

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