On a SELL Day, we should expect a RALLY from the BUY Day Low to the HIGH on the SELL Day. On the S&P
Emini  we had a RALLY on every SELL Days since Jan 2008, as you can see, represented by the 100%.

If the BUY Day LOW is made FIRST then part or all of the Rally already takes place on the BUY Day.  When the
LOW wis made LAST on the BUY Day, then the Rally will take place on the S Day.

In the example below, which is the SELL Day following the BUY Day explained on the previous page, we see that
the market continued the Rally started on the BUY Day and penetrated the previous day HIGH and reversed just in
the middle of the calculated range and close near the LOW of the day. Again, this was a great opportunity to
SHORT as it was also confirmed by the
MTPredictor  Decision Point on the chart below.
The SELL Day
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