DOW jumped about 500 points. XAO jumped more than 100 points. The global markets jumped together. What were up? Why haven't we heard any cheerful sounds from the retail traders? What do the shorters feel now? Have you seen it appeared before it happened? Why not? The global markets are involved tightly unexpected before internet. Most of retail traders have been in water for more than half years if not years. They are dogs in water and then no any good news could cheer them up! It is amazing to see Fed led other central banks to slash the cost of emergency dollar loans to foreign banks. Could it shed enough light for the dogs in water and darkness? Don't know but it is definitely good for market sentiment and help the market find the rock bottom for breaths. Market always makes some turning points, which could be seen after but few could see clearly before. Now most of retail traders have been consumed enough and then feel hopeless. A question is "is it bad enough?" Shorters now seem have to answer it correctly! With my spade in hands, I could wait and see! From the charts above one thing is sure that XAO acts as though no resource booming but Australia in deep recession! To be safely saying the move is very supportive but not necessarily a game changer after most of market players, big or small ones are in deep water. The market players as a whole are in deep bad emotion after long enough contrition. The impact is more psychological than anything else. Actually XAO has acted emotionally for more than 2 years. It tended to question and reacted eagerly to bad news from anywhere more than follow anyone else. Actually it tended to lead the world into GFCII. The charts above show the collective behavior of Australia market. Its economy is small; its financial system operates more conservatively; its traders act more negatively than positively; and then it moves up just after all of others move up and drop down more fast than anyone else in crash or worries about crashes. This collective behavior needs to be remembered and put concern for our own behaviors as market players. Could another up-leg have been brewed behind the future curtain? Shorters should be much less aggressive than they were in August!