This is the week we’ve all been waiting for. You may not have realized it but it’s true. On Marcn 15 we have a trifecta of events. Front and center is Fed Chair Janet Yellen who will raise rates because the change of season Fed meetings are always accompanied by the big press conference. Some think it will be 50 basis points. That’s very unlikely. Here’s why. On the same day is the Dutch elections, which many believe will push Europe closer to the dissolution of the EU, an event the globalists won’t appreciate.
Last week I showed you the incredible square out on the DAX for the Brexit high. Late Monday many charts formed a new square out low, which propelled markets back up. Probably the best example I have for you is the S&P 500, which turned back up at the 1991 handle in 91 hours for the move.
While the UK and the rest of the world was trying to figure out who really won the vote on Thursday night, I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt the real winner was WD Gann. Oh yeah, I wouldn’t kid you about something like this.
To understand the time element of technical analysis one has to understand what makes a market change direction. On the surface we can all go back to Econ 101 and say the supply/demand perspective changed and that is true. But that is not always the case.