Slope of Hope Blog Posts

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Retracement Levels and ProphetCharts

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A lot of you have been taking advantage of the ridiculously low price being offered to Slope of Hope readers for Retracement Levels. I want to emphasize that this offer is only on Slope. Indeed, the owner of Retracement Levels is very sensitive to the fact that the discount is so big, so it isn’t mentioned anywhere on his site or subscription page, although he says it’s OK for me to mention it here. (In case you missed the mention, it’s normally $1250 per month……….but you can chop off the “$1200 part” since you’re on Slope. In other words, it’s fifty bucks a month.) You can click here to get to the subscription page, and you must click the “SOH Offers” checkbox in order to get the 96% discount. Unless, of course, you’d rather pay full price. Please note you do not have to enter a coupon code; simply checking the checkbox will give you the cheap price.0204-offer

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So Now What?

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Well I said yesterday morning that the day was going to be a very important test for bulls and so it was, with a massive bull fail as strong support in the 1770 SPX area broke and SPX fell very hard towards the next big support levels. I posted a falling wedge on ES yesterday morning and that broke down with a target in the 1720 ES area. The overnight rally looks a lot like a bear flag so it may be that we are going to see that 1720 target made today. ES 60min chart: (more…)

ES Quantitative Analysis

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All right, let’s pick up the wreckage from yesterday’s trading day and let’s try to make a bit of order.

As you know yesterday we theorized that the market was bottoming in the blue-circled area in the chart below, the odds were good, however the market went lower. From a probabilistic point of view the odds just got better for a LONG trade, both DAILY and WEEKLY. The more the market stretches to extreme limits, the higher the chances of a sudden sling back. (more…)

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