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2011/12/20: Quick Post: Holiday Schedule: We’re Outta Here Until January 3rd

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We will be out of the office from today through next week, returning on Tuesday, January 3rd. This is a long-deferred and much-needed break, and we are literally switching off the screens. Hope the perspective and specific analyses we have already provided will be sufficient to support any of those who are actively involved for the next two weeks.

At this point you should have access to Current Rohr Technical Projections – Key Levels & Select Comments (current through last Friday’s US Close) and this week’s chronological Weekly Report & Event Calendar via the links near the top of the right-hand column. The holiday period trading calendar makes any effective analysis or risk assessment next to impossible.

While there are typically interesting end-of-month reports released next week, there are two reasons we did not see much point in putting out a specific calendar. The first is the minimal risk exposure of most market participants. The second is the extremely limited trading calendar due to the vagaries of market closures for holiday observations this year.

There are the early market Closings both this Friday and next Friday, and the Christmas and New Year’s Day observations following the weekends. That means after this Thursday there are only three full trading days in most major capital market centers over the following 11 days. And the major foreign exchange trading center in the UK will have even one less day in consideration of Boxing Day on Tuesday the 27th. As such, even if there is some sort of sharp market movement, it will be necessary to question whether it was more so a function of ultra-thin markets versus true trend indications? In the meantime…

Happy Holidays to all, and Best Wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2012.

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