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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Elliott Wave Update ~ 24 February 2021


Nasdaq Composite. Note how the internal pressure volume ratios relives itself in a price downturn.  It is still highly elevated but not as extreme. In other words, if prices are to again attain an all-time high, the ratios would probably start to rise in a more extreme manner again.

Big divergence also. DJIA tagging 32,000 on a "breakout" and the Composite floundering a bit way beneath its high.

The way to "fix" all this craziness is to sell, sell, sell and find true price discovery and not a gamma-induced frenzy mania high.


Tonight's CPCE print; 0.35! Madness!


Bonds. Puking. I suggested there was not much support on this chart until much lower. It has headed down that way ever since.


LOL! GME rallying again and good for it! I hope it can finish the job and make it to the moon! (ala $1000/share).

(AMC and others rallying also)

It hasn't popped back up (yet), but it may have found support.  It still probably has 25% or more of its float shorted, I just don't have updated numbers, but MarketWatch has a 25.62% as of 2/12/21.


One of the more perplexing things is trying to figure out the DJIA count. This has factored into the overall theme of things. 

Back on 5 January, I emailed Mr. Robert Prechter with a (unpublished on this blog) DJIA count with a target of 32,248 based on where the rise from March 2020 to the ultimate peak would be a Fibonacci 1.236 times the drop of the Feb to March 2020 low. In other words, a "false [B] wave peak". I labeled this as 1 degree higher in that it would match Mr. Prechter's DOW/PPI (DOW divided by Producers Price Index) all-time count wave labeling.  I also generally  predicted a late February high if you look closely...

The proposed squiggles of that email doesn't quite exactly match up with what has occurred since that early 2021 date, but it is very similar nonetheless.  Will we reach DOW 32,248 after all? It seems it could be likely. This would strengthen the overall (B) wave count I have been showing in the Wilshire 5000....

And today's actual DJIA structure in which I have not labeled it completely yet (and labeled as (5) of [5] no less), only showing wave patterns; No longer very far from that 32,248 target in late February no less....


More extreme and extremer is now the general theme for the stock market. As alluded to in last night's update, the stock market is likely trading in the "death zone". In mountains that have a height above 8,000 meters, generally the "death zone" is anything above 26,000 feet.  In my stock market allegory, anything above DJIA of 26,000 can be described as the death zone. I would even venture to say that anything above Wilshire 5000 average above 26,000 is also probably the death zone. But whatever, you get the point. And the theme is that it cannot last for a long time because death of the entire market will occur if too much time is spent above these extreme levels.

The market reacted to a swift downdraft yesterday morning by getting bid up again in a very aggressive bid - a historic "gamma squeeze" bid yet again.  

Last Monday's holiday trading and Tuesday morning overnight/premarket trading saw the S&P e-minis (and extrapolated to the Wilshire5000 for which the S&P500 is so closely associated) traded at approximately Wilshire 42,450 which I had identified as a possible stopping point for the all-time peak. The market never traded that high in the day session. Having an all-time peak occur in overnight trading is probably not agreeable with the market. It is perhaps attempting to make up for that price in the regular session.


The rise from early November to last week's high counts as a completed structure. Therefore if any new high occurs we have to use the November low as a wave [ii] marker. I have shown this variation of the overall count off and on over the last many months. It comes front and center as a result of today's trading because it represents the best interpretation of the overall structure at this point in time.

This is still the "false peak" count. 42,485 is now probably the ideal target. 

There is another way to label thing since the March 2020 a 5 wave structure with a wave 5 that keeps delaying the inevitable slaughter that is yet to come. 

Both major wave counts can be considered correct for now. The important point is that subwaves of either wave C of (B) or wave 5 of [5] are aligned in the same sub-wave degree. So in essence, what we count from here on out is the same thing on a medium term scale. We would have either wave [v] of C or wave [v] of 5. Same wave degree structure(s) terminating in the same manner in either count.

The top bearish count is that the market is simply gaslighting us all yet again with the biggest subwave ii bounce ever recorded in the history of subwave bounces....

This count doesn't even "look" right because of the extremity of it all. Yet we cannot rule it out because this is now a market that is hyper-gamma-fied to the point where waves are extreme in every direction.

What this count suggests is that the coming downdraft may well set a record for the biggest downdraft crash yet to occur in this twisted market. For wave iii of (iii) would need to collapse in such a historic fashion to "catch up" to the count that it would leave a wave of technical damage that would be very hard to recover from.

Yet this count is not the top count. Prices have regained major support and are within spitting distance of new all-time highs for the Wilshire 5000. Indeed the DJIA topped again and reached the magical 32000 mark today. Again, we are at a major divergence perhaps. 

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