3/6 – 3:15 p.m. New York time
I entered no new positions and exited none.
3/6 – 10:45 a.m. New York time
Under my rules, Elliott trumps Fisher. The Fisher Transform metric is a signal to take a close look at the Elliott wave count, but the wave count will determine my final decision in the setting my trading agenda.
IWM closely follows the S&P 500, which I count as being in the 4th wave up at the degree I trade, the Minuette, within a 1st wave down at one degree higher. The 4th wave has retraced a Fibonacci 61.8% of the 3rd-wave decline. That is a common reversal level, although not a guaranteed one. I shall wait a see. A break above the start of the 3rd wave, on Feb. 27, will invalidate my count.
GLD is in a 3rd wave down at the Minuette degree, and at one degree lower, the Subminuette, is in a rising 4th-wave correction. The Subminuette 4th is approaching a 100% retracement of the 3rd-wave decline, and if it exceeds the root of the 3rd wave, on Feb. 26, it will invalidate the count.
The EUR/USD fund I exited yesterday, FXE, continues to show an uptrending Fisher Transform metric with an ambiguous Elliott wave count.
The bottom at this point is that I anticipate no trades.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, March 6, 2018
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