DJIA Rally Daily Chart Update

The DJIA is now well within 2018 spring lows which can work as resistance for a bear market rally.  Any retracement back below the 21,700 price level will confirm that this rally was just another start to a fake bull market or bear market rally. I will leave the top as is for now, until this 5 wave sequence gets confirmed. In the long run, a wave “A” in Primary degree is in our future where we can get a decent chance at a longer sustained bear market rally.  From a Cycle degree perspective, this so-called”correction” is far from finished, if the markets have a Cycle degree wave 3 top.

If we start from the 2009 bottom the following bull market was about as choppy as they come, which is very typical in 5th waves. 5th waves are fundamentally much weaker than 3rd waves are, but the majority of wave analysts think 5th waves can extend 80 years or more.  Nobody has a real clue what degree we are in but if analysts keep chasing 5 waves down in Primary degree we know that the majority think they are in GSC degree already! That logic does not wash with me, because not a single wave analysts have ever confirmed any Primary degree 5 wave sequence since the peaks in 2000.

Albert Einstein: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

This is the best way to describe what has been happening with the majority of wave analysts for the last 18 years.

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Nasdaq Bull Market Or Bear Rally?

So far the markets have refused to die, as they keep on ticking and heading higher. Many are convinced the correction is over and higher highs are coming. Dynamic bullish moves like this happen in bear market rallies frequently and most of the time they never last that long as well.  From a Cycle degree perspective, every bear market rally gets retraced which in the Nasdaq started from the 5900 price level.   Any move below this 5900 price level would confirm that our present rally was just another fake.

If investors are getting fooled with just a Minor degree bullish move then there is little hope in convincing anyone that there are Primary degree bear market rallies.

The SP500, DJIA and the Midcaps all seem to match this Nasdaq rally on the intraday scale, which I think is a bear market rally. The Nasdaq has dipped into the previous wave 2 which automatically makes it a diagonal pattern. The Nasdaq has already backed off but another short spike may still turn up.

The COT reports are unreliable until after the government goes back to work. This is when the gold ratio database is helpful how expensive or cheap the markets are when we always calculate using the futures gold cash price.  My new record for the Gold/Nasdaq ratio was 6.38:1, and today it is at 5.1:1. This is a bit cheaper but still on the extreme expensive side. Cheap was 1.18:1, so I would like to see a 3:1 or even a 2:1 ratio.

 

 

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