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NDX and Fang at critical juncture at End of May

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#1 K Wave

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Posted 29 May 2021 - 12:09 PM

Quite the collection of monthly charts here representing massive market cap, as you will see below.


Bulls "could" be on the verge of a massive fumble....or.... they might finally start making forward progress again after a multi-month stall...


It likely ALL boils down to AAPL and AMZN, perhaps as soon as next week.


With nearly every pundit I have read/seen the last few weeks looking for a "final hurrah", perhaps it does not come.


First the monthly set of charts.


AAPL - Total stall out with momo rolling over...a real possibility long term top is IN, and trip down the other side of the big mountain is just about to begin.




AMZN - Ditto to AAPL




FB - The dreaded Hangin' Man at the end of a huge run up....if June ends up down, could be big trouble ahead.




GOOGL - Ditto to FB




MSFT - Ditto again




And NDX itself - Ditto on the Hangin' Man




And now a bit closer look at AAPL and AMZN.....both sitting on the entrance to the "crash window", after absolutely terrible relative action on this last ramp to the key 13,700 zone on NDX.


AAPL daily..




AMZN daily...




And a bit more granular look - AAPL & AMZN hourly.....likely MASSIVE decision just about to be made....SOON

In any event, until AAPL and AMZN can recover from their relative weakness, not fully buying into launch scenario from here.

And should they continue to stumble, and NDX takes out 13K, could potentially get real ugly in June....

But if they manage a stick save...pretty much immediately, then bulls still got a shot.


AAPL 60 min




AMZN 60 min





And last, but definitely not least, massive momo divergence on AAPL weekly chart at what could very well turn out to be a multi-decade high there....

IF bulls do manage a stick save next week on AAPL, then a very likely scenario could be a 3rd Divergent Drive up to complete the most bearish of top patterns.....

Either way, the weekly momo picture suggests that AAPL is very close to a major long term peak, whether already in place now, or in a few months.








#2 Smithy



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Posted 29 May 2021 - 08:41 PM

Thanks, K Wave, great stuff. Interesting week ahead.

#3 Rogerdodger



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Posted 29 May 2021 - 08:52 PM

With fuel costs at a 7 year high and rising, Amazon's Prime delivery has to be seeing a big increase of costs for their "free delivery".


Overworked drivers may be drawn away by other desperate employers offering "incentives" because they can't compete with the disabling "free money" government unemployment handouts.

Edited by Rogerdodger, 29 May 2021 - 08:53 PM.

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Posted 30 May 2021 - 12:16 AM

Outstanding work Kwave thank you for sharing.


A few things to add.


First, Armstrong has  June as s directional change month which would confirm your charts.  (according to him June directional change and then down for "2 to 3 months")



Second the 72 week cycle discovered by Tom Hougaard points to June 28th according to him on the DJIA as a final top.


The problem is I have calculated this date myself on the DJIA as June 23th, 2021   ( there is also a 65 week cycle that converges on June 21st 2021)).


So whether the date is June 23rd, or June 28th, it should be clear that day is rapidly approaching.


If we use the June 23rd date, that means we are only talking about 17 trading days away.


But the other even more crucual point is whether this date will be a low or a high on the cycle.



If it is a low, then we have to consider that a 17 day meltdown will start occurring as soon as next week.   


After a monthly hanging man completes its print, sometimes the sell price action invokes as soon as the next monthly print.

#5 tradesurfer



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Posted 30 May 2021 - 05:39 AM

After reviewing the weekly DJI chart I am sort of coming into the idea that June 23rd to 28th will be a 72 week cycle low instead of a high.


That basically means we should be in for a 4 week meltdown starting this week.  FOMC is only 11 trading days away.  I guess the market could start to risk off before that on the idea Fed changes tune and then on the Fed day meltdown even more on the realized news.

#6 Rich C

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Posted 30 May 2021 - 07:51 AM

K Wave, that is a GREAT set of charts, THANKS!!!

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Posted 30 May 2021 - 10:04 AM

Yes very interesting charts!! 

#8 dharma



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Posted 30 May 2021 - 11:01 AM

thanks kwave,   my work is showing june as a pivotal month. 

buckle up , the waters are about to get rough


#9 SemiBizz


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Posted 30 May 2021 - 11:05 AM

With regard to the late June prognostications...


The MAIN EVENT of June for the stock market is the infamous RUSSELL REBALANCE 


June 25th.

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#10 pdx5


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Posted 30 May 2021 - 05:31 PM

thanks kwave,   my work is showing june as a pivotal month. 

buckle up , the waters are about to get rough



SPX Futures up nicely right now on Sunday evening. 

Looks like the week could be parabolic watch the sky type.

Edited by pdx5, 30 May 2021 - 05:33 PM.

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