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Elliott Wave Update – ES – October 5, 2021

Tuesday’s trade was for me brutal for the first 8 minutes. I’m calling it an anomaly, a period in the market when proven strategies fail briefly and traders are thrown off balance.  Check out an additional post from me tonight – “Anatomy of a Trade” for a more in depth discussion on trading.  Back at the ranch – the ES thrusted higher from the opening and the trend basically carried prices higher until the last hour.  At this juncture I am giving the benefit of all doubts to the Elliott count and using the applicable rules to define when the count would be negated as is.  I have been running a “preferred” and “alternate” views that up to this point are interchangeable unless the ES breaks above 4410.  That is “No Break Zone” so a break above 4410 will change the near term picture and I explain that in tonight’s update.  Currently follow through buying should be contained below 4368 to keep the current count in favor.  That being said I need to stay open to another up trending day or a seriously strong downtrend resuming.  Both unfortunately carry an equal weighting and would both still fall in the “corrective move” basket.

 


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