4/5 – 3:25 p.m. New York time
I entered no new positions and exited none.
4/5 – 11:10 a.m. New York time
I’m continuing to focus on the broad indexes, using Elliott wave analysis. By my count, SPY attained a major peak on Jan. 26 and has reversed in an impulse wave to the downside. That is, it has been a bear market since that day.
Early on in such reversals it is difficult to know exactly at what level each wave stands. By my count we are in a 3rd wave down at the Minuette level, beginning March 13, and within that wave, a 2nd wave up at the Sub-Minuette level.
The lower-level up wave is contrary to my bear positions. They options used to construct them expire in mid-May, and so I shall wait and see how the lower-level wave develops.
My goal generally is to trade the Minuette level, but it’s a guideline, not a rule.
I have no new positions in sight at this point. I plan to take at FXE, which tracks the EUR/USD currency exchange, to see if it is of interest.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 5, 2018
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