Now, at the end of the week my technical analysis still points me to the dominance of the bearish sentiment on the stock market: SBV is still moving down; Stochastics and RSI are still below 30 and 20 levels respectfully. Advance decline oscillator and McClellan oscillator are flat and may indicate the coming possibility of changes in the sentiment, yet, I would not bet on this until I see McClellan Oscillator crossing zero line and Advance/Decline Oscillator moving higher. It would be nice to see negative MVO (volume surge during the price decline) before reversal as well, yet, it's not necessary - we did not see red MVO before reversal on December 12, 2008 and December 29, 2008 and I may assume that we may see reversal without it again.
So, what is going to be next week? - I do not know - I am not an investment advisor and I do not want to be the one. Several years ago I pass the test and did have a mutual funds investment license. At that time I could be considered as an investment advisor. Yet, I left that business after I discovered that majority of investment advisors know nothing about stock market and investments and their main job is not to help people with investments but sell products of the financial institutions. After, I was put in the "shame corner" by my boss for selling to one client what he needed instead of what would give bigger commissions I decided that it's not for me. Now, I can give you only one advice - do not trust anyone in investment business, not even me. If you want to invest you will invest your own money and you have to learn by yourself what is good and what is bad.