It’s ironic that last week was so incredibly exciting and dynamic, since the number of scheduled important events was practically nil.(more…)
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Is it Miller Time yet? I’ve been going since 4 a.m. and have had enough! Ah, well. The show must go on! I’ll just jump in here for a moment and say that commodities, which has been an important weight dragging the market down, seems to be pretty badly battered. I wouldn’t mind seeing a bounce here to make things more shortable.
The end of May finds the bears fat and happy… and also near a dangerous turning point. (Editor’s note: Fat? OK, OK, I could lose a few. – Tim)
Multiple areas of confluence lie ahead to slow, or possibly turnaround the more than 200-point drop in the e-mini S&P 500 futures we’ve seen (and for some enjoyed) since the new all-time high put in to begin this month.
They look like this (as always, click for a ginormous version):
We will most likely (if not already have by the time Tim posts this) hit a daily chart untested demand zone. Price action from March 8th and 11th created this zone between 2753.75 on the top, and 2726.50 on the bottom.
Price action made quite a few other untested demand zone lower during the bottoming phase of late December and January, so not all hope is lost for the bears in this case.
A 38.2% fibonacci retracement from the December low to the May high comes in just beneath the bottom of the demand zone, at 2715.05 (which we round down to 2715 because the /es trades in quarters)
Now we get into timing.
The May 1st top coincided with a 1.272% fibonacci time projection of how long it took the /es top drop from its prior all-time high this past September, to the December low.
We’ll hit a 1.618% time projection of that same drop next week on June 4th.
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