CMG's chart is pretty mature.
Technically, its a very dangerous market at the moment. There does not exist neither excess bearishness nor bullishness. (Yes it takes bulls to make a bull market yes?)
There are glaring weekly and even monthly negative divergences and total volume is dropping as predicted. Running on fumes and potentially near the end of a multi-year and even multi-decade wave count for the NYAD line, stocks are not cheap despite what Greenspan says. Incidentally I agree with Mish's contrarian call
However with that said, most of the charts above would count "ideal" if they all had one more wave up. In the SPX, Wilshire, and Industrials, it would be wave (v) of [v] of C of (Y) of P. On the GDOW it would be a counter-trend (c) wave of [ii]. Even the one stock chart - CMG - would look good with a final spurt.
Prices are holding support so far and the former breakdown zone of 1388-1391 SPX has now been backtested a few times. Lets see where we go from here.