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Stock Market Diamond is Back



Stock Markets 2014Jan 11, 2014 – 06:36 PM GMT

By: Anthony_Cherniawski

The Diamond Formation is back, which is really quite exciting. You can see that the SPX closed right at its hourly Cycle Top as well as the down-slope trendline of the Diamond with all momentum oscillators overbought.

It has been a long time since I have reported on a Diamond Formation. A downside break gives a very high probability 20-21% decline with 95% of those declines meeting or exceeding their targets. That could put the SPX under 1500.00 for this formation.

You can see that the Diamond formation has the capability of targeting the decline beneath the Daily Cycle Bottom support at 1558.84, which would be the first time this has happened since October 4, 2011.

That’s not all, though. I would like to point out that SPX did not even touch its daily Cycle Top line at 1845.51 all week long. The reversal pattern is holding up well, despite the challenges by the bulls.

Second, the target for this decline is well beneath the lower trendline of its massive Ending Diagonal pattern. This is also a key element, since after a retest of the trendline, the decline resumes to beneath the start of the Ending Diagonal at 1010.91.

This may signal the resumption of the bear market, since the current 2.58-year cycle started at that point. The Cycle rules state that, should any Cycle end beneath its starting point, the next Cycle of that magnitude or smaller will be bearish.

Today’s high may be construed as a truncated Wave 5. Add 1.72 years (exactly) to today’s date and we arrive at 2015.75, which is the next Super Cycle turn date, according to Martin Armstrong. Until recently, he has been expecting it to be a Cycle high. He has been waffling on that idea recently and suggests that we may know the answer by February 24, 2014, whether it will be a high or a low. My model is also lined up for that date. It suggests that the February 24 low may be beneath the October 4, 2011 low of 1074.00.

We are hosting two Christmas parties at our home this weekend and between them I am helping my eldest daughter move. Due to those conditions, the Weekend Update may not come out until Sunday.



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