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#1 OEXCHAOS

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Posted 29 October 2017 - 10:05 AM

Take a peek

 

 

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http://stockcharts.c...ndamentals.html


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#2 LarryT

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Posted 30 October 2017 - 10:44 AM

Take a peek

 

 

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http://stockcharts.c...ndamentals.html

1929, super cycle wave three, super cycle wave four the 1949 low. Super cycle wave five divides wave 1 the 1966 high wave 2 the 1982 low wave 3 the 2000 high wave 4 the 2009 low wave 5 topping super cycle wave five in progress toward 2800 or so.

 

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#3 pedro

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Posted 30 October 2017 - 05:37 PM

1929, super cycle wave three, super cycle wave four the 1949 low.

 

It would seem with this, assuming SC 3 begins in 1932 and not 1929, that 1 is 37 and 2 is 42,   3 is 1945 ish.

 

But then your wave four low in 49 overlaps the wave 1 high in 37.

 

I'm with Breeze here.     Nested 1,2 to start.  SC 1 tops in 37.  SC 2 bottoms in '42..

Ie,  subdivided third wave begins in 42 and ends in '66.   49 low starts 3 of 3.

Then the 4th wave SC counterpoint to 37/42 drop starts in '66.    SC V starts in mid 70s.



#4 LarryT

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Posted 30 October 2017 - 05:57 PM

Super cycle four was a triangle that completed at the 1949 low alternating with the super cycle wave two flat civil war era.  SC-5 w-1 1966 high w-2 was a double three a,b,c (X) a.b.c that completed 1982. Try this link for a look at the chart;

 

http://larrycharts.h..._=1509404079490


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#5 pedro

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Posted 30 October 2017 - 11:18 PM

Charts helps alot.  Thanks for that.



#6 senorBS

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Posted 03 November 2017 - 01:43 PM

Bottom line is it me is it looks like latter stages of a 5th wave up from 2009 bottom, seems late in the game and given some of the sentimment extremes we have seen not a market to be expecting much more from. Just my dos centavos. Been having a lot of fun in oil market as it looks a LOT higher, CRB in a developing 3rd wave norte, commodities finally are waking up, some nice trading action and gains there. 

 

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