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Strategies & Market Trends
Elliott Wave and Index Trends with POKERSAM
An SI Board Since January 2019
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473Very interesting you see it with a different model on a different time frame, Pescoot1212-4 hours ago
472Absolutely agree. Difference is that I'm looking at monthlies whereas youpedro_deleon1yesterday
471Based upon my technical models, we are currently in a similar place as we were iscoot1212-yesterday
470U R welcome Sam... Unfortunately for the Bulls, Moi continues to make chart comMs. Baby Boomer-yesterday
469You are so right. Thank you, Ms.POKERSAM1yesterday
468The Market is closed Monday for the President's Day Holiday... Although, thMs. Baby Boomer1yesterday
467It is toast at the close. This sets up a collapse for Monday morning.POKERSAM2yesterday
466With further developments in the wave structure there is a way to count this witPOKERSAM-yesterday
465I think we are putting a running flat (iv). That seems to be the only explanatPOKERSAM1yesterday
464Pokersam, did we just see the last little 5 waves up this morning? Looks suspiciscoot12121yesterday
463I think that is hilarious. lolPOKERSAM1yesterday
462And you are out of here. [graphic]POKERSAM1yesterday
461Your hilarious!CurtisK3yesterday
460Agreed. They could keep taking it higher 15% a year if they desired. JonRobohogs-yesterday
459The Fed and their Banker Gangsters, World Wide, can push this market has high asThe-Democrat-yesterday
458I have been cute trying to small short off and on - just mauled every f’ing timeRobohogs5yesterday
457The Squeeze Metrics data has been showing what appears to be a lot of dark pool Jack of All Trades-yesterday
456Kinda both tbh. Down 15-20 at low. 20 pt vertical rally from there so far. A twiRobohogs-yesterday
455The last few months the turn down has started on Thur. or Friday. Yes, it is vePOKERSAM1Thursday
454I've got a mini crash alert going for tomorrow. I have a triple divergence oscoot1212-Thursday
453We may have topped, tomorrow should be interesting... I would be surprised by aJack of All Trades-Thursday
452Maybe, but I don't think so. We could collapse tomorrow.POKERSAM-Thursday
451Bearish count handle 277?Jack of All Trades-Thursday
450That works fine for the bullish count but sucks for the bearish.POKERSAM-Thursday
449I have a bunch of fib exts that keep lining up with SPY 279 across multiple timeJack of All Trades-Thursday
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