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The Bottom Will See You Now 4/16/24

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Another dawn. But is it another false dawn, this market rally morning?

The ES 24 hour S&P futures have rebounded from the bottom of a downtrend channel. It didn’t get as low as very short term cycle projections suggested that it would. Hourly cycle oscillators have shifted to the buy side. And the timing isn’t bad in terms of normal very short term daily cycles. Those cycles haven’t been normal lately, so anything goes, but this one lines up in most ways.

The first test of stickability will be a signal trigger line pair at 5080-90 in the NY pre-opening hour, and 5075-85 in the opening half hour. That projects down to 5065-75 at noon. If they can clear that, they should be on their way higher. The first target would be 5110.

If they can’t clear it, the bottom would probably drop out.


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