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Thursday, August 13, 2009




I found a rule that negates my Expanding Triangle for wave ii. The rule says " The maximum time for wave 2 is nine times Wave 1"

But I saw a chart on Daneric's site that makes good sense an happens to end right where I would have expected. I've recreated it above.
The difference will be that we are now looking for three waves instead of five.


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5 comments:

  1. Bob,

    Thank you for the comments on my blog much appreciate the traffic. If you are counting this as an expanding triangle then you are counting Minor Wave B and there remains to be more upside.

    On the rule that Wave 2 is nine times Wave 1, I don't see this rule posted anywhere in EWP. Where did you come about this rule?

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  2. CyclePro has an EW Rules doc. This is where I found that rule.

    http://www.geocities.com/WallStreet/Exchange/9807/Charts/SP500-Articles/EWRules.htm

    About the Minor B wave... I'm outside the common belief. I see this as wave C of the 4th wave of P1. I'm still looking for P2 next year.

    But nobody really knows and there are too many good theories so I try to concentrate on the near term.

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  3. hey bob you are doing very good work with your analysis and i hope your last comment about P2 beginning next year is right as it fits my long-term cycles to a T. based on your analysis, my cycles would suggest that P2 would begin about april 13 and last 15 months. It almost looks to simple.

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  4. Ohunt, You interest me. Please share your charts!

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  5. Bob, I'm in the camp of this being P2 already as I think Intermediate 4 of Primary 1 has taken too much time. It just doesn't feel right for this to be Intermediate 4 of Primary 1 to me. Well the general direction is the same in either of our counts.

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