Monthly Archives: October 2005

objective EW defined…weekend update is below

The Elliott Wave is not a mystery, at least my version of it. Simply because, what I call Objective EW, has little subjectivity to it. Allow me to explain. EW is best used for identifying long term trends, sorry not … Continue reading

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weekend update…it’s time!

Are we finally ready for a sustained upside rally? Is the market ready to turn out the lights on the bears "bull bashing" party? Or, does the market have more downside ahead? I believe the answer for all three questions is … Continue reading

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interesting market

We seem to be running into resistance here at NAZ 2098, the high today 2096. And, the SPX is having problems holding 1191, an important support level. The market seems to be at a crucial juncture: retest the lows again, … Continue reading

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wednesday update

The market was definitely impressive today!   I wrote just yesterday; "The potential for an impulse wave failed to materialize today (tuesday)…it was obvious this market did not have any upside conviction…Short term: the A wave appears to have ended … Continue reading

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midweek update

The potential for an impulse wave failed to materialize today. When the Nasdaq displayed a quadruple top in the low 2070’s (early monday into noon tuesday) it was obvious this market did not have any upside conviction. Thus, I would … Continue reading

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upgraded targets required for impulse wave kick-off

Good Morning,   COMPX (Nasdaq) 2099 INX (S&P500) 1205 INDU (Dow) 10,513   Added a new optimistic chart: SPX 2yr. These are print highs, all to occur by wednesday the latest. Best to your week!  

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weekend update

We posted on tuesday: "Everything now seems to be aligning for an excellent intermediate term low. If we’re not going to establish the lows tomorrow, the next few days should. Keep in mind the next levels of support posted on the charts." … Continue reading

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