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This past week has seen a lot of whipsaw. But, from an Elliottician's perspective, it was to be expected, as the market has been tracing out a b-wave within a corrective 4th wave structure. This is the most variable segment within Elliott's 5 wave structure, and typ
Last week, I noted that as long as the S&P500 holds the 2320SPX level, it will begin a rally. On Monday, the market bottomed at 2322SPX, and began a 2% rally. If one takes the time to become an open-minded market observer, one can learn a lot about the stock
In many of my articles, I have been attempting to enlighten those with open minds as to the true nature of the stock market. While most market participants have been trained to believe that the market is mechanically driven by exogenous causation, I have been provid
The common presumption in the market is that a news event will cause a move in the market.  And, since we have all seen the market move sharply when a news event is announced, the assumption is that the substance of the news event will certainly provide the dir
Last week, all the market talk was about what the market was going to do if the healthcare bill failed or passed. And, once again, the market was certain about the outcome. The great belief was that if the healthcare bill passed, the market would rally. If the healthcar
The market has finally followed through on the pullback we were expecting to the 2335SPX region from 2400SPX, as we have outlined. The structure of the market over the coming week will likely tell us when the next 200-point rally to 2500SPX takes hold. This past week
The last two years have presented investors with some shockingly “unexpected” stock market reactions. We have seen many news events hit the wires which were supposed to result in disaster for the stock market. But, what has occurred has likely confounded mo
In a recent update, I pointed towards the 2,335 SPX region as the next likely target in the market. This week, the market has finally obliged, and taken us to our next waypoint. As I have been noting for several weeks, the market has been much more bearish than I
Price Action Over The Past Several Years The market has rallied off the 2009 lows, and most people are convinced that the Fed powered the move.  In fact, most were certain that once QE ended, the market would drop. And, they currently maintain this convictio
The last week was full of comments from Fed officials. What can we learn from them? We have already covered. Yellen’s Testimony before Congress. However, she was not the only FOMC member who spoke last week. Let’s then also analyze the opinions of other American

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