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Just a heads up...the way I see it now is if we get below 779.3 we should work our way down to 766 (really 765ish).

That's my plan.....

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Just a heads up...the way I see it now is if we get below 779.3 we should work our way down to 766 (really 765ish).

That's my plan.....

I'm short already...if you guys are interested look for a retest and failure kind of thing.

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I'm short already...if you guys are interested look for a retest and failure kind of thing.

looking good

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Just a heads up...the way I see it now is if we get below 779.3 we should work our way down to 766 (really 765ish).

That's my plan.....

Waiting for the next one ....

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Waiting for the next one ....

Just because, here is a chart of IWM.

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I'm keeping an eye on 807.5 then around 814.
anything below is garbage so just have to wing it.

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This is a daily Ichimoku.

I'd say around 808 is a long entry based on what I'm seeing on this....
Ideally though if it came back to the KS I would give it a shot there.

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Seeing Double Tops in the S&P

The minor Double Top also known as this year’s sideways trend may put in a higher peak for the second top, but the pattern remains valid below 1426 with the major Double Top pattern giving it a little more room to remain valid below 1432.

Put otherwise, these Double Tops remain valid below 1432 with the minor Double Top confirming at 1267 for a target of 1112 while the major Double Top that has been detailed frequently in the past confirms at 1075 for a target of 728.

Both patterns are supported by the double Rising Wedges at play and both should be treated very seriously so long as the S&P is below about 1432 and the level that would confirm seeing Double Tops in the S&P.

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I'm keeping an eye on 807.5 then around 814.
anything below is garbage so just have to wing it.

also will watch 818.5 if we see that

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also will watch 818.5 if we see that

looks like this is the one that gets respected.....thinking it will drop to 814.7 then see what happens there then 807

up above is 820.5 then around 828 I think...will fine tune later

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