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I believe that we are and will be in a secular bull market for years to come! On a long term view, the S&P 500 (SPX) had completed the cycle degree ABC which themselves were subwaves to a super cycle (multi decade) degree of trend correction. Wave C coincided with the 2008 financial crisis and since then, SPX has been on a tear making orgasmic bullish lunges upwards! Imagine how those who panic sold into the financial crisis and hid since then in the safety of Gold and never took another risk muct be kicking themselves for missing out.
The below chart shows a very long bullish channel (blue lines). Would you be a buyer or a seller at this point? Do you think the SPX is at a top and will crash down below the red C levels like some are declaring?
I believe the bull market is not yet complete. This detailed label shows that the cycle degree impulse is not complete. It's probable that white wave 4 is in progress and will likely have place stay within the channel; though a bull wick would be deisrable. White wave 5 could target $3,349 or so. So, will the bears finally get their crash after white wave 5?
One the white wave 5 completes, there will be a sizable correction as that is the requisite sequence of actionary to reactionary Elliott Waves. However, it would be healthy! Even if the correction retraces 50% of the white impulse! But see the big picture. Those white waves were subwaves to a higher degree of wave I (blue) and II correction would prep it for wave III. Should one take profits at white wave 5? What do you think?
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