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Repeat Tuesday’s Headline 4/29/21

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Remember this oldy but goody? 4220 or Bust 4/27/21 

The new 2-3 day cycle projection is 4210. Can’t make a precise 5 day cycle projection, but if the market doesn’t pull back much before NY opens, we’d be looking at around 4225-30.

The codpiece pattern breakout measures to around 4250.

Trend resistance is around 4203 in the 5-6 AM hour in New Yak. That would of course become sport if they clear it. The next sport lines below that would be around 4198 and 4193. The next resistance would be around 4210.

Hourly indicators remain on the buy side. They’re a few ticks below where they usually peak in this market. I would guess that we’d need a little negative divergence before the next intraday cycle rollover.

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