Ah.. Finally Some Volatility, Keep an Eye on these Historic Pivot Points

SandP500OctoberThrity2018Key levels from the last two years are 2595, 2488, 2398, 2275

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If the S&P 500 Continues to Dive into more sane Territory (don’t count on it) Watch these key levels

S&P 2016,2017,2018 Key Levels
S&P 2016,2017,2018 Key Levels
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S&P 500 at 2,872 … Blow of Top?

Cmon now, that monthly candle is a little excessive
S&P_500_Blow_Off_Top

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Previously Projected 3% upside to S&P 500 turned into 8%

Perhaps this time really is different? Never again with the S&P 500 be lower than 2,445. Better buy now!Space Cash

So I came across this scribble of mine from exactly 2.5 years ago, ah to be young again…

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S&P Continues Falling Up, Even VIX has Decoupled

If History is any indication, there could still be 3% upside to this madness.
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projection20161213

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S&P Melt Up Getting a Little Out of Hand

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Rug Pull Coming Soon?

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Is the “Trump Rally” Losing Steam?

Historically we see it can grind a while before the bottom falls out, however according to that projection there is only about a 20% chance of a significant near term dip.
projection20161129

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Apparently the S&P 500 hasn’t been this Boring since 1994

According to the Archetype Matches, price movement in the S&P over the last couple weeks closely matches periods in 1993 and 1994, about the same time of year also. Surprisingly when projecting those periods out two months there is almost no change (see circled area)
projection20160817

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Fear Has Disappeared, S&P 500 Back in Falling Up Mode

Here is an update to the Archetype Projections from Mid June
projection20160615b

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Them Wacky British

After surprises in the British Euro exit referendum, US stock futures are getting demolished.
S&P 500 futures were down as many as 75 points to as low as 2,030 while Dow futures were off more than 550 points to around 17,400. Both S&P 500 and Dow futures were down more than 3.5%.

nukeWho’s next? Italeave, Czech-out, Finnish, Departugal, or maybe Oustria.
drama

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