Comparos to 1973

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 | 03:15 PM

Via Jim Stack, comes these terrific series of charts comparing the 2006 markets with what I have previously referred to as the better analogy than 1994.

What I find so astonishing about these divergences is the Transports, depsite the 20% drop in oil and 30% drop in gasoline, cannot keep up with the Dow. Intriguing.

A picture is worth a thousand words, so I will let these graphs do the talking: 

The 1972-73 top:

2006_d_t_r_s72_d_t_v_1






The 2006 markets:


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The primary rule of investing is don't lose money (i.e. manage risk and cut losses).

Posted by: Estragon | Oct 11, 2006 3:58:02 PM

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