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On 11/10/21 it hit 61.8% of the June low and ATH, this was 295.00. Being 61.8% the target from there would be 61.8% the other way and this was 182.00, it got close on 11/29/21 and the rally from that area failed to get above 38.2% keeping the trend negative. It now has hit 78.6% of the June low and November high, this is 144.00. It has not rallied much yet and Friday's low retested this level. The target on a rally from here will be 78.6% the other way at 259.00 and any rally that fails to get above 38.2% at 197.00 keep the short term trend negative and you can look for new lows and then 78.6% of the ATH and ATL at 89.00.
On 11/10/21 it was at 78.6% of the September high and late September low, this was 1.29 and being 78.6% the target was 78.6% the other way at 0.95. This was achieved on 11/26/21 and it could not get above 38.2% keeping the trend negative and on the big spike down day last weekend it took it to 78.6% of the June low and September high, this is 0.70. The target is 78.6% the other way and this is 1.25. So far it has rallied up to 38.2% of the move down at 0.94, use this as the short term swing point.
On 11/10/21 it was rallying from the long term swing point of 191.00, however on the 10th it hit 38.2% of the October low and the ATH, this was 2.34. It is never a good sign to be stopped by 38.2% of a smaller move, especially coming from the long term swing point and new lows for the move followed. With the long term swing point being 38.2% of the ATH and ATL, taking it out would give a target of 61.8% of the same move, this is 1.19. It hit this on Friday and the target is 61.8% the other way at 2.36. Also watch the 23.6% and 38.2% levels marked on the chart to see just how strong, or weak the market is. Below 1.19, it should go for 78.6% at 0.68.
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