sp'monthly5 - fib levels
*I do like to keep in mind the Fibonacci levels, more so on the bigger time scales. The above chart is an old one, and the 2130s were always a 'crazy upside target'...as far back as 2011.
I read around a great deal of course.. last evening I noticed the following chart...
|ES, weekly, by Carboni, O. July'23 2014|
*Republished with permission.
see: Oscars latest charts.
If you count the candles, the 'choppy top' would be around next February.
Further, I'd certainly agree that we should expect the VIX, and equity price action to get more choppy as a grand multi-month top is formed.
An important point is that this Carboni chart is NOT suggesting any particular downside target. The downside candles in spring 2015 should be seen as merely 'illustrative'.
Now.. consider this...
sp'weekly8d - the 'Eddy' count
It is pretty interesting in that - by my estimate, if you agree we're headed to the 2100s.. then at the current rate of monthly increase (along with minor pull backs).. it'll likely take until early 2015... February is currently the 'best guess'.
So.. we have a monthly fib' target in the 2130s. Oscar has been touting the mid 2100s since the spring, and the 'Eddy' count would also be looking for a grand top in the 2130s.
Right now, February 2015 feels a very long way out. In terms of equity upside, the 2130s are only another 6/7% higher...which frankly.. isn't very much, is it?
Friday has Durable Goods Orders... and that is kinda important. So long as it comes in reasonable, market has fair opportunity to melt higher into the weekend.
*next sig' QE is not until early August.. .at which point monthly QE will be a mere $25bn, of which $15bn will be the more market 'motivating' QE-pomo.
Goodnight from London