Sunday, August 21, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/22/16 week cycle-based forecast for $SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, August 14, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/15/16 week forecast for $SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, August 7, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/8/16 week cycles forecast for $SPX equities

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com cycles-based forecast for the upcoming week.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, July 31, 2016

ChartsEdge 8/1/16 cycles forecast for SPX stocks

We like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com week-ahead cycles-based forecast.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, July 24, 2016

ChartsEdge 7/25/16 week cycles forecast for $SPX stocks

Interesting times in the markets--we like to consider cycles that may help lift or pull down on stock prices. Here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com week-ahead cycles-based forecast.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, July 17, 2016

ChartsEdge 7/18/16 week forecast for $SPX stocks

Interesting times in the markets--we like to consider cycles that may help lift or conversely pull down on stock prices. So here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com week-ahead cycles-based forecast.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Sunday, July 10, 2016

ChartsEdge 7/11/16 week cycles forecast for $SPX stocks

Interesting times in the stock market--a good idea to watch levels carefully.  As part of that, many like to consider cycles that may help lift or conversely pull down on prices. So here's my usual sharing of Mike's ChartsEdge.com week-ahead cycles-based forecast.  He uses different techniques; this is only his cycles-based forecast for the S&P 500 stocks index $SPX.  The levels shown are mostly for illustrative purposes only.  His chart is an interesting composite of what his system foresees based on juxtaposition of long-term and shorter-term cycles (thanks again Mike!). His subscribers also receive his daily intraday sensor-based projections, and his week-ahead cycles forecasts for $NDX (which can be different) and Gold, plus month-ahead and quarter-ahead views for all three; plus additional features from time to time. His website is ChartsEdge.com. Totally un-affiliated with ChartLines; I just have the opportunity to share the $SPX weekly here. These are mainly a guide for highs and lows, not necessarily absolute price levels. Mike also uses other methods to generate daily updates, plus month- and quarter-ahead guidance, reserved for subscribers (I believe you're missing out if youu don't see the subscribers features for a very reasonable fee). ChartsEdge incorporates computer-analyzed cycles, pattern recognition, data on solar cycles, and geomagnetics.
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Friday, July 8, 2016

Update: Is this Bearish Butterfly NOW the end of the 35-year bond bull?

Since I wrote a post last weekend, "End of the 35-year bond bull market as we know it?" - at http://chartlinestrading.blogspot.com/2016/07/end-of-35-year-bond-bull-market-as-we.html - U.U. Treasury bonds stalled only briefly and then continued up into this afternoon.  I checked the Fibonacci extension in the 30-year bonds index $USB because it went past the 1.382% extension level I'd expected.  I found that the long bond closed just 21 pennies short of the $176.27 that would culminate a "bearish butterfly" Fibonacci-based pattern.  That pattern doesn't require a trend reversal or even a pullback, but has a good likelihood of doing one or the other.

An hourly chart of $TLT shows how it maintained the current uptrend channel this week.  Breaking down from this uptrend channel (marked with blue lines) would likely indicate a turn or even the beginning of the long-awaited trend change.

Here's a weekly chart that I first set up tracking a head and shoulders that formed when the long bond reached $150, and many thought it crested out there.  Eventually it dropped to a 78.6% retracement to its prior low, then started back up again.  It reached a 1.382% extension at $160-$163, and then yet another at $170-$172 -- and now the 1.618% extension of its 2015 range at $176.27 (at least, closed 21 cents away from that on July 8, 2016).

The next chart is a closeup of the updated monthly view of the 30-year bonds index $USB (which prices similarly to although not exactly the same as the futures $ZB_f), also noting the $127.27 level that has just been virtually tested (or may be tested on a closing basis soon).