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in order to cut down the JPG file size, I chopped some other possible patterns. I agree there are 3 waves in A.

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dindin, that lower left-hand pattern looks like the most likely candidate. Fits in with Doc's belief that the big one is still aways off. Plus rally up off Oct 9 low was three waves, not five.

that means we see higher prices before we start the real downmove, i mean, we see new highs, above 955 and above 9050? :huh:

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dindin, that lower left-hand pattern looks like the most likely candidate. ?Fits in with Doc's belief that the big one is still aways off. ?Plus rally up off Oct 9 low was three waves, not five.

that means we see higher prices before we start the real downmove, i mean, we see new highs, above 955 and above 9050? :huh:

don't worry, that pattern I picked means future (2) peaks peak around NAZ 1410-1420 (NDX 1060-1070).

 

Big whooppie doo. :lol:

 

(We see a move down close to Oct 9 lows between these two peaks. Second peak satisfies 10-13 week cycle high)

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pile,

 

you just made me a bit nervous. :lol:

 

I would really like to see a fill of those gaps there around 1420 level, i will go sdhort there but not monster style. That i will do when the comming 10-13 week cycle upphase tops out. That could be the trade of our lifetime, go short for 4 weeks and call yourself Richie Rich after that! :lol: :lol:

 

Markets will be very volatile till jan2, dont take moves in the forex market too seriously during next 2 weeks, last year they trades euro up and down like hellraisers, but if i see a spike in euro to around 1.0450 i go short full house B)

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Ano,

 

You have two Pm's. That 1 for july 24th should be an A and the large cap A&B should be small cap.

 

Tanks.

had to take my aunt to the doctor. sent via pm and email :)

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