Daily Murmur 22/02/11

by Gary Glover

CRB Index and The Dow Jones are showing possible gann timings of major high

CRB and the Dow Jones are running into a blow off type of exhaustion pattern.  With three ascending trendlines over the longer term horizon establishing themselves the trend is at risk of exhausting into a peak.  These sort of moves normally get vertical in nature and when looking at possible time horizons we use some of the normal gann timing cycles. 
Most blow off style of exhaustive trends end with a 90 day vertical move into a high so the CRB Index has done this recently and shows possible timing of a high 21/2/11 (plus one or two days) and the Dow Jones Index 25/2/11 (plus one or two days). 
We need to be wary of a possible high for both of these markets in the coming days.


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