Cycles – The 6 month cycle has is in an up phase, ideally due to top out xxxx xxxx (subscriber version).
Short term cycles and the 13 week cycle may have peaked, but there’s no sign yet of a xxxx xxxx (subscriber version). The down phases could xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxx in the 6 month cycle up phase. The S&P would need to drop below xxxx to turn the down phase into something more damaging.
Third Rail Chart – Friday’s rebound may have set up a new uptrend channel. A down day Monday would invalidate that thesis, but a solid up day would confirm it.
If the verdict is down, the first place to look for support would be around xxxx. The deeper such a move would go, the more likely it would be to be a resumption of the primary downtrend.
On the other hand, a rally through xxxx would reaffirm the meltup, which would then probably target a full test of the December high.
Long Term Weekly– The February-March lows appear to have been a two year cycle low. That only tells us that an up phase is due. It does not tell us the absolute direction of that up phase. That depends on the longer cycles.
The 3-4 year cycle is in a top phase, but it still has an unmet projection of xxxx (subscriber version) that can’t be ruled out until the top breaks down. That would require a weekly close below xxxx.
Cycle Screening Measures – The cycle screening aggregate signals weakening short term momentum, but xxxx (subscriber version) for the intermediate term. The same is true for the 6 month cycle measures, the 29 day MA, and the cumulative line.
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