- April 23, 2009
- Posted by: Ramki Ramakrishnan
- Category: S&P500
First, remember that we are not discussing a major top for S&P500. What we are focusing on now is the top around 875 because we determined that a five wave rally that had a diagonal triangle in its fifth wave position is badly in need of a correction! Having decided that we will see a decline in the broad market, we are trying to figure out the best (low-risk) entry level on the short side. We got an initial sell-off earlier on, followed by a nice recovery. However, this recovery, off the low of 827, seems to be a five-wave move in itself. This means we have to be cautious with any shorts here because there could be yet another attempt higher, which will very likely be the best opportunity for you to sell. (Of course you should always have stops in place). Take a look at the chart below,
and observe the nuances carefully. Elliott wave analysis of S&P500, or for that matter any stock, commodity or forex, is always interesting, (especially when the going in good, right!) Enjoy.
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