Cycles up to 13 weeks probably turned down on Friday. However, the 13 week cycle still has an unmet projection of xxxx (in subscriber report) that can’t be ruled out unless the market breaks hard early this week. There’s not enough evidence that the 6 month or 10-12 month cycle have topped out either. A 10-12 month cycle high is due between xxxxx and xxxxx (in subscriber report). There are currently no projections on those cycles for the SPX, and a projection of xxx on QQQ.
There was less there than meets the eye in Friday’s reversal on the third rail chart. Support lines start the week at xxxx and xxxx and rise to xxxx and xxxx (in subscriber report). Breaking those would signal possible intermediate trend reversal. There’s another trendline running from xxxx to xxxx that could also be support. It too would need to be broken for bears to get a foothold
On the weekly chart, SPX is hanging on to the pinnacle of a wedge. The negative divergence in the long term momentum indicator looks similar to the one that preceded the February 2020 top. A down week this week could trigger a decline to xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxxx. That’s the big boy they’d need to break to set off a possible bear market.
Long term cycle projections point to xxxx-xxxx with highs due between next month and sometime next year.
On the monthly chart, the upper channel line will be around xxxx at the end of July. A much longer term trendline represents support around xxxx in July.
The long term cycle momentum indicator remains bullish.
Cycle screening measures were weak again, continuing a pattern of negative divergence that become glaring last week. I have warned that this pattern was a warning, and now I’m warning that the warning seems ready to bear bearfruit.
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