US Dollar 1980-2018 Update

 

Way back in 1980 the US dollar bottomed and then soared in an insane vertical move which I think ended with a wave 3 in Cycle degree. We can say that Regan was responsible for that rocket move. 1980 was also the peak of solar cycle #21, so the US dollar repelled up from  the sc#21 peak.

Then from the 1996 sc#22 bottom, the US dollar did the opposite thing and soared again until the peak of sc#23 in 2000. From this sc#23 peak the US dollar repelled in a big move south that didn’t end until sc#23 bottomed in late 2008! For about 8 years the US dollar rallied with the run up of sc#24, but then the USD also repelled from the SC#24 top in 2014.Now the US dollar is heading south as sc#24 is also heading south.

By 2020 or so sc#24 will end and then we start up in sc#25. SC#25 could be a huge bullish setup for the US dollar. The big thing is that the US dollar, solar cycle action, always seems to alternate. This alternation action doesn’t happen in the main stock indices, as the solar cycle bottoms can produce real wild bull markets. These bull markets can also be maintained right through the entire solar cycle decline which it has done on this sc#24 decline. A few of my contrarian indicators also have to be lined up, when it’s the right time.

We do have a few years time before extreme indicators show themselves. The majority must hate the US dollar first, but right now you are lucky if the crowd even suspects that a US dollar bear market is in progress. Conventional meanings of bear markets and bull market corrections, mean very little to me as commodities, mainly run on leveraged fear. Fear has nothing to do with logical! A 61% crash can just be a wave 2 correction, and many 4th waves can see a 40% drop. Both moves would still be a bull market correction from an Elliott Wave perspective.

I also see a potential huge wedge being setup so that sure could send the US dollar soaring as well. This will not happen next week or even next year, but looking a few years ahead should be our constant focus.

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