S&P500 update: more down or first up then down?

Every trader and investors always wants to know what’s next for the financial markets as to position themselves correctly for the next trade. Most, rightfully so, seek advice from skilled, experienced, and knowledgeable market analysts to determine what’s MOST LIKELY next. Luckily I’ve been able to help my premium members, which include some larger private…

Major US Markets Review: Webcast available now

Yesterday’s webinar on the review of several major US markets can be downloaded and viewed here. Or simple click on the picture below. You can download the actual slide-deck here. A webinar Premium Member Major Market signup special is currently available ($100 for the first 3 months) for those who attended and for those who…

How does the market respond to FED rate hikes?

To fight recessions or combat an overheating economy, the FED lowers or raises its rates; respectively. You can see all the FEDs fund rate changes here. On December 16, 2008 the FED lowered its rate to <0.25%. Yes, rates did change a bit from month to month (between +0.07 and +0.20%), but they were effectively zero…

S&P500 update: Keep It Simple Stupid

Over the past few weeks I featured the below weekly chart of the S&P500 to my premium members as it is so elegantly simple, aka KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid). One really doesn’t need to know “Elliot Wave” (albeit the wave-labels are shown according to where I prefer to  see where the market is) to…

S&P 500 update: The market has spoken.

Over the past few weeks I kept you abreast on the different possibilities the market had. See here and here. Some of you “complained” those were “too many options”, but I don’t make those options, the market does, and any Elliot Wave practitioner worth his/her salt will report on the market’s options because EWT is…