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S&P 500 / Eye of the Storm Podcast 5/09/2022 by Michael Filighera

More detailed update – cover the big picture – what is going on that is affecting the markets. Are we at a low or near to a low? A holdable low – no I don’t think so – not yet.  Again, we are in a developing and ongoing Intermediate 3rd wave down. There will be 5 waves of Minor degree, down, to produce the Intermediate 3rd wave. The ES is within Minor wave 3 down which will consist of 5 waves of minute degree down.  It’s the building block theory at work.

Within Minor 3, I believe minute waves 1 and 2 are complete – with minute wave 3 down starting off of the 4153 high on Friday.

Fibonacci support levels for minute wave 3 come in at 3947, 3897, 3851, and then 3728.  Ultimately, Minor wave 3 continues to project for levels below3700 – with Fibonacci support levels at 3592, 3508, and then 3372 which is a Fibonacci 1.618% level.

I am not expecting any upside surprises.  Bounces should be expected – remember waves 2 and 4 remain countertrend.  Outside of Fibonacci retracements I use the 8, 20, 50, and 200 MA’s on the 2, 5, and 60 minute charts for resistance levels.

 


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