Monday, December 5, 2011

12/5/11 - EOD Update

The market put in another rally high as suspected at the end of Friday last week. I also noted that should htis occur, we should be keeping an eye out for 13 waves up. So far I count 11 waves up.

If the rally off 11/25 is to be considered impulsive, it must consist of at least 5, 9 or 13 waves. A wave count of 7 or11 means the structure is corrective. I think there should be no doubt that the rally is impulsive. So with that let's assume the market wants to put in 13 waves until proven otherwise.

Last week I based my call on the choppiness of the move down. Here is a link to the 1 min chart I posted at EOD Friday highlighting my concerns, which proved to be correct.

Based on my 10 min option 1 chart below there is a very strong case for the completion of the impulse wave up. However, when drilling down the squiggles at the 1 min level, the case for a 13 wave extended impulse up is still pretty strong.

So for tomorrowI believe there may be room for one more rally higher based on the 1 min squiggle count below.

1262.52 will be the key. Should the market bounce back above this level, we can confirm that the pullback today was a three wave correction and a 13th wave up will be in the works.

However, if 1 more low is made below today's 1250.07 low before taking out 1262.52, there is a good case a five wave impulse down has completed. This will also confirm the 60 min MACD -ve divergence. If that happens, I will be looking for a deeper retrace down towards the 20 day SMA at 1226 for wave (b) of [y].

Option 1 - 10 min

Let's see if the bears can put in a new low below 1250.07 before the bulls rally the market back over 1262.52. This will help confirm which option is correct.


1 Min
The move from 1262.52 to today's 1266.73 high counts best as corrective. Therefore, we have to assume that wave 5 has not completed since it requires an impulsive fifth wave up.

13 
Based on the 1 min above, the market may attempt to put in a 13th wave.
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