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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Measuring

With Liquidity-G and his gang of Merry Pranksters still measuring; I thought it would be prudent to take a few measurements of our own.

NDX:

At 1629.27, November 7th, 2005 marked the closing high for the bull move off the October 2002 lows.

At 804.64, October 7th, 2002 marked the closing low for the bear move off the March 2000 highs and the beginning of the bull market.

The NDX has moved 824.63 points, or 102%, over 777 trading days from the trough close to the peak close. This averages out to 1.06 points and 0.185% per trading day.

SPX:

At 1245.04, August 3rd, 2005 marked the closing high for the bull move off the October 2002 lows.

At 776.76, October 9th, 2002 marked the closing low for the bear move off the March 2000 highs and the beginning of the bull market.

The SPX has moved 468.28 points, or 60%, over 710 trading days from the trough close to the peak close. This averages out to 0.66 points and 0.085% per trading day.

NASDAQ:

At 2218.15, August 1st, 2005 marked the closing high for the bull move off the October 2002 lows.

At 1114.11, October 9th, 2002 marked the closing low for the bear move off the March 2000 highs and the beginning of the bull market.

The NASDAQ has moved 1104.04 points, or 99%, over 710 trading days from the trough close to the peak close. This averages out to 1.56 points and 0.139% per trading day.

INDU:


At 10,940.50, March 4th, 2005 marked the closing high for the bull move off the October 2002 lows.

At 7286.27, October 9th, 2002 marked the closing low for the bear move off the January 2000 highs and the beginning of the bull market.

The INDU has moved 3654.23 points, or 50%, over 604 trading days from the trough close to the peak close. This averages out to 6.05 points and 0.828% per trading day.

Of course, it is your responsibility to check these figures for accuracy. Anyhow, now we have a better understanding of where we are based on where we were.

Next up: comparing said figures to other bull moves in history.

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