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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Outside the Box

The current count appears to be so clear that this seems like a lesson in futility, but in an effort not to be taken by surprise I believe it is prudent to make alternate counts. They may not seem likely, but the market is a fickle beast, and it pays to be ready.

So what if we immediately head backup above 956? Other than Minor Wave B retracing all of Minor A, the only way I can imagine that we would make a new high before completing Minor wave C is if we are in an Intermediate X wave, suggesting a triple zigzag from the March lows with three more (A B C) Intermediate waves to go. Since an X wave can be a wild card it would work, but it would be a wacky count. Remember I'm not advocating this count, but simply trying to play devils advocate.

Daneric presented a similar idea, and he too admited it was not technically sound by EW standards. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_TwUS3GyHKsQ/SjgqsOAjd9I/AAAAAAAAA54/35hr6plWCt0/s1600-h/daily.png


While playing around with alternative counts I came up with a few others. Each would already have us in Minor Wave C two of them assume that we completed Minor B by way of a double zigzag, and the third assumes a running flat for minute wave b.

I still believe the market will be up Monday morning to finish Minor C as depicted in my chart below. The 915 line has been tested four times now. If we break that, I believe I would grab my bear suit and order up some short positions.
But let me leave you with just one more "outside the box" idea.





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1 comment:

  1. I keep coming back to look at this chart and I'm beginning to feel like we may actually be in wave c. Stochastics are looking like a gap down would fit. I've also been playing around with Andrews Pitchfork. This is something new to me, but it too seems to be indicating that B has peaked.

    The alternative counts may not be without merit.

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