It’s a Bear.

Heavy selling under the major moving averages on the major indexes is clear as a bell.

Everything but Energy is on the decline.

For Dow Theorists, a breakdown of the Transportation Index is a major Red Flag.

But it’s only the first week of the New Year.

January is often a voaltile month. And where January goes, the market tends to follow for the year.

Smart money has stayed out of the market for the intermediate-term. Both Bulls and Bears have been burned over the past couple months.

Our strategy plays off whatever the market tells us to do.

Shorting is a tricky maneuver. Though down is the likely direction for the short-term, we need to be aware that short covering rallies are fierce.

William O’Neil’s shorting strategies come into play after former market leaders have put in a few down legs and the indexes are unarguably trending lower.

We’re not seeing many of those setups right now.

And with the S&P 500 facing key support at around 1,400 we need to be careful.

As a traders we need to act like wild cats in the jungle. We should only jump for our prey when we’re certain we’ll get it.

There’s a full year ahead, and plenty of opportunities await.

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