Trading the Google Earnings Report – Part II

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In Part I of “Trading the Google earnings report” we covered Step 1, the short term overall market picture by analyzing the Nasdaq 100 index chart. We still have 3 more steps to discuss, but before that, a catch up on Wednesday’s trading session. The strong reversal of the last two hours of trading is Trading the Google Earnings Report – Part II

One Wave at a Time on the S&P 500

Elliott waves are powerful, but they don’t make one omnipotent. For instance the S&P500 quarterly bar chart’s trend is bullish and the monthly is bullish; but, the weekly bull trend is ripe for a pullback based on RSI trend analysis. The daily on the other hand got stuck at 62 on the RSI which suggest One Wave at a Time on the S&P 500

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S&P 500 at 2000 – How high can it go?

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A popular topic lately is the discussion of the bull market in US stocks now that the S&P 500 is at 2000. How much further might it go? We have already covered the process we would like to see before we change from bullish to bearish in a previous post about how to identify a trend change. Personally, as a trader I S&P 500 at 2000 – How high can it go?