TRENDS Monthly – November 2019

A new TRENDS Monthly report is now available. The TRENDS Monthly report is available from: Invysis.com. About: In TRENDS Monthly I combine technical analysis with relative rotation graph analysis and macroeconomic analysis to identify stocks within the S&P 500...

TRENDS Monthly – October 2019

A new TRENDS Monthly report is now available. The TRENDS Monthly report is available from: Invysis.com. About: In TRENDS Monthly I combine technical analysis with relative rotation graph analysis and macroeconomic analysis to identify stocks within the S&P 500...

Christmas and New Year Holiday Dates 2015 – 2016

Elliott Wave Stock Market will be closed for two weeks during the Christmas and New Year holiday. Holiday dates are from Monday 21st December to Friday 1st January. Last analysis of the year will be after market close of Friday 18th December. First analysis of the new...

S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 5th April, 2013

Last analysis expected Friday’s session to at least begin with some upwards movement, with the main wave count expecting only upwards movement. This is not what happened. The wave counts remain the same on the daily charts. It may be significant that price...

S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 1st February, 2013

Last analysis expected more upwards movement from the S&P 500 towards a target at 1,518 to 1,519. Price has risen during Friday’s session as expected, and the target is not yet met. The structure on the hourly chart looks very typical and price remains well...

S&P 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis – 31st January, 2013

The main wave count from last analysis expected more upwards movement for the session (after a small dip down) while the alternate expected downwards movement. At this stage it is too early to decide which wave count is correct and so we should assume the trend...

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

Last analysis expected more upwards movement from the S&P 500 for Wednesday’s session. Price has moved lower but remains within the allowable limit, above the invalidation point on the hourly chart. The wave count remains the same. I have an alternate...