Monthly Archives: September 2013

S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 30th September, 2013

Last analysis expected more downwards movement to start the new trading week which is exactly what happened. The short term target is not yet reached, and the structure is incomplete.

The wave counts remain the same.

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S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 27th September, 2013

I had expected upwards movement for Friday. Price moved lower and this has changed the wave count.

Although the wave count at the hourly chart level remained valid, it no longer had the “right look”.

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DJIA Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 27th September, 2013

Last week’s analysis expected upwards movement for the week which is not what has happened.

The wave count is changed.

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S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 26th September, 2013

Last analysis expected Thursday’s session to begin with a very small amount of downwards movement to a short term target at 1,690 before price turned and moved overall upwards for the day.

We did not get any downwards movement to begin the session, but the overall upwards trend for the day was correct.

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S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 25th September, 2013

Yesterday’s analysis expected a little downwards movement towards a short term target at 1,687 before a trend change. Price has moved very slowly lower, but the target is not yet reached and the trend change has not yet happened.

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S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 24th September, 2013

Yesterday’s analysis expected upwards movement which is not what happened. Price made a new low then moved sideways.

The wave count on the hourly chart is adjusted.

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AAPL Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 23rd September, 2013

Last analysis expected some more upwards movement towards a short term target at 488.33. Price did move higher, 8.58 above the target, to reach 496.91, before turning down again

Please click on the charts below to enlarge.

AAPL daily 2012

Primary wave X within the double zigzag of cycle wave IV is now complete.

At the low labeled primary wave W this downwards wave subdivides perfectly as a three wave zigzag. Because a new low was made after this zigzag was completed cycle wave IV cannot be over there, it must be continuing.

At cycle degree the structure unfolding is most likely a double zigzag. It may also be a double combination, but that would normally have a deeper retracement for the X wave; this upwards correction for primary wave X is relatively shallow and fits better the normal form for an X wave within double zigzag.

At this stage primary wave X is a complete flat correction because intermediate wave (A) within it subdivides as a three wave zigzag, and intermediate wave (B) is a corrective structure that is just over 100% the length of intermediate wave (A). Intermediate wave (C) subdivides nicely as a five wave impulse and has no Fibonacci ratio with intermediate wave (A).

Primary wave Y has begun and is most likely to be a large zigzag trending downwards. It should last months and take price to new lows. When the intermediate degree waves (A) and (B) within it are completed I can calculate a target for it to end. I cannot do that yet for you.

Within the zigzag of primary wave Y no second wave correction (or B wave) may move beyond the start of the first wave (or A wave). This wave count is invalidated with movement above 513.74.

AAPL hourly 2012

Minor wave 2 is most likely to be over as a very deep zigzag correction. However, I want to see a trend channel breach before I would have confidence in the target.

At 389.28 minor wave 3 would reach 1.618 the length of minor wave 1.

Within minor wave 2 minute wave c is 0.42 short of equality with minute wave a.

Ratios within minute wave a are: minuette wave (iii) is 1.08 longer than 1.618 the length of minuette wave (i), and minuette wave (v) has no adequate Fiboancci ratio to either of minuette waves (i) or (iii).

I would have some confidence in this wave count with price movement below 478.55. At that stage downwards movement could not be a fourth wave correction within a new upwards impulse, and the movement labeled minor wave 2 would be confirmed as a completed three wave structure.

A clear breach of the parallel channel would provide trend channel confirmation that minor wave 2 is over and minor wave 3 is underway.

Within minor wave 3 no second wave correction may move beyond the start of its first wave. This wave count is invalidated with movement above 496.91.

If this wave count is invalidated with upwards movement then I would expect minor wave 2 could be continuing further as a double zigzag or double combination. The invalidation point for that alternate idea is at 513.74.

S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 23rd September, 2013

Last analysis expected a little more downwards movement towards about 1,705.83 before the resumption of the upwards trend. Price moved lower, 8.73 points below the target, and has not yet confirmed that this is over.

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S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 20th September, 2013

Yesterday’s analysis expected downwards movement for Friday’s session which is exactly what happened.

The wave count remains the same, with still just the one daily and one hourly chart for you.

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