Weekend Report

Weekend Report

Provided by the OEW Group

June 22, 2019

The week began quietly as Monday continued the consolidation from last week.  The SPX gapped higher on Tuesday, rose to 2931, and then traded in a narrow range in front of the FOMC announcement on Wednesday.  The dovish Fed pushed the SPX higher with a gap up on Thursday.  The weekly high was reached mid-day on Friday at 2964, and the SPX closed at 2950 with late day volatility associated with Quadruple Witching options expiration.

For the week, the SPX/Dow gained 2.3% while the NDX/NAZ gained 3.15%.

The economic news for the week was negative, including the Empire State Manufacturing, NAHB Housing Market Index, Philadelphia Fed Index, and Leading Indicators.  The FOMC held rate constant and signalled future rate cuts possible.

The ECRI Weekly Leading Index Growth moved back below zero over the last few weeks.

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LONG TERM: Uptrend

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In the US, the long-term count remains unchanged with the Super Cycle SC2 low in March 2009.  The Primary I high occurred in May 2015 and Primary II low in February 2016.  Major wave 1 high occurred in October 2018 and Major wave 2 low in December 2018.  Intermediate wave i of Major 3 is now underway and is subdividing into Minor waves.  Minor waves 1 and 2 completed by the first trading day in June and Minor wave 3 has been ongoing since then.  Interesting to note that the DOW subdivided with an irregular Minor 2 from its Minor 1 rally high in February and consequently became more oversold this month at the Minor 2 low than the Major-2 low in December (see weekly chart below).

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MEDIUM TERM: Uptrend

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As discussed in the previous report, we were expecting an uptrend and this week both Dow and SPX delivered on that outcome.  As a result, the status of Minor 2 has been updated from tentative to confirmed.  We are expecting NAZ and NDX to follow in the coming days, as these indices have a much larger % decline to overcome from their Minor 2 lows (10-12%).  This suggests that Minor 2 bottomed on the first trading day this month at 2729 and Minor 3 has been in progress ever since.  The Minor 3 rally has been quite strong, achieving 235 points so far to the high on Friday of 2964, without any medium term subdivision.  Our first logical target for Minor 3 completion would be equal to Minor 1, which projects approximately 600 points up to over the 3300 level.  We’re now watching for a potential impulsive subdivision of Minute waves using our short term tracking techniques.

SHORT TERM

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As mentioned, we have Minor 2 confirmed at 2729 and can count three small waves up so far from the low using our short term techniques.  Micro 1 at 2911, Micro 2 at 2875 and Micro 3 at 2964, with a negative divergence now building at the high.  This suggests another small pullback around 30-40 points may be forthcoming in the near term.  There are several options under consideration for this rally depending on the timing and depth of the next pullback.  Most likely would be either a small Micro 3 wave near completion or a possible subdivision to include Nano waves.  We need more price action to sort that out.

Short term support is at the 2929 and 2884 pivots.  Resistance remains at the prior high of 2954 and above at the 2957 and 2984 pivots.  Short term RSI got overbought at the gap up on Thursday, then set up a negative divergence into the high on Friday.

FOREIGN MARKETS

Asian markets (using AAXJ as a proxy) gained 4.9%.

European markets (using FEZ as a proxy) gained 3.5%.

The DJ World index gained 2.5%, and the NYSE gained 2.0%.

COMMODITIES

Bonds are in an uptrend and gained 0.7%

Crude oil is in a downtrend and gained 8.7%

Gold is in an uptrend and gained 3.9%

GBTC is in an uptrend and gained 25.0%.

The USD is in a downtrend and lost 1.0%.

CHARTS: https://stockcharts.com/public/1269446/tenpp

 

Have a good week!  Good luck trading the G-20 meeting!

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51 Responses to Weekend Report

  1. torehund says:

    Not very lively in here, stockmarket exhaustion ticking in ?, understanably so as no moves dont create the kind of interest it used to. Now the EU sets Swiss market in contemption, who is next ? Something big is brewing, for sure….:)

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  2. sixpack says:

    The quality of the visitor posts has never been much. Mostly just people trying to prove to themselves and others they can forecast the market…..which they cant. It’s just entertainment. She can turn it off permanently, wouldn’t bother me. The real value is in the OEW periodic post. They have done a great job following up on Tony’s work.

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  3. wow, not many ppl here anymore, they really managed to kill it LOL

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  4. I’m certainly concerned if there is not some form of consistent access to the public forum rather than occasional access that the quality of contributions will dissipate. Glad to see it
    up for now.

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    • Page says:

      shh… she will shut it down again
      this blog is dying slowly … the expert contributors have already found another nest 😀

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  5. torehund says:

    Shanghai in a c-wave up to 3200, a no brainer or ?

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  6. phil1247 says:

    phil1247 says:
    June 21, 2019 at 7:04 am

    wave 4 triangle ?
    pop the top before we flop?
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    UPDATE

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  7. Philippe V says:

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    CC couldn’t spare one minute of her precious time to address the large and faithful following that made her father’s blog such a lively, thriving and challenging forum to exchange trading ideas and market comments.
    She has been treating this large following with utmost contempt basically since she took over this blog and yet, this morning, all the comments are full of praise and “thank you” ! Hard to understand you people !
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    Contrary opinions, dissent, criticism should be seen as a way to consider things from another perspective, to broaden one’s point of view and not to be taken as a personal insult.
    I think this blog is an amazing source of insightful information and analysis which is visited for the most part by great contributors.
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    Best to all.

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  9. lml25 says:

    The inverted head and shoulders I mentioned a couple months ago,upon breaking 2800,said 3300. also.

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