- April 30, 2009
- Posted by: Ramki Ramakrishnan
- Category: S&P500
You will recall that in my last update of 23rd April, I had warned of another move higher. Once an extending fifth wave is completed, and we get a first sell-off, we should always be on the alert for a retracement all the way back to the highs, and potentially even marginally higher levels. It was this notion that caused me to warn you of a recovery. However, many traders are still itching to sell. Where is the top for S&P500? I suggest that you be patient. We could reach 886 levels soon. See what happens there, and sell as we turn down, with a stop just above the high posted. Good luck!
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