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Elliott Wave Analysis: Tesla TSLA, Amazon AMZN, Nvidia (NVDA), Apple AAPL, Microsoft MSFT, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK/B),Block, Inc (SQ), Facebook FB, Meta Platforms, Alphabet GOOGL. XFL Finance Sector ETF, JPMorgan JPM & Bank of America BAC.
Stock Market Summary: Elliott Wave count Wave 5 of (1) is in play for most stocks. Our aim is to allow the market to top into Wave (1) and then focus on the next buying opportunity in the ABC of Wave (2) retracement and build long positions into Wave (3)
Stock Trading strategies: The next longer term trade will come from the pullback from the next top in the market, the next long trade is a few session away. Short term traders can trade long into Wave 5 of (1) and exit.

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03:22 Consumer Discretionary XLY ETF
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10:04 NVIDIA (NVDA)
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12:41 Tesla (TSLA)
13:00 Alphabet (GOOGL) 
14:24 Microsoft (MSFT)
15:04 Meta Platforms (FB) (META)
17:02 Berkshire Hathaway BRK/B
20:45 Square. Block, Inc. (SQ) 
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16 hours ago, tradinglounge said:

Stock Market Summary: Elliott Wave count Wave 5 of (1) is in play for most stocks. Our aim is to allow the market to top into Wave (1) and then focus on the next buying opportunity in the ABC of Wave (2) retracement and build long positions into Wave (3)

Hi @tradinglounge

Thanks for sharing!

Elliott Wave theory was established in the 1920s and 1930s by stock market analyst, Ralph Nelson Elliott, who believed that there was a more common structure to markets than the chaotic form seen by most other analysts at that time. His work on cycles and waves remains one of the most popular methods with which technical analysts can view financial markets, despite there being a range of views over the efficacy of his techniques.

But before we delve into the Elliott waves, do traders need to first understand what fractals are? One important quality of Elliott waves is that they are fractals. Are fractals important?

Thanks and all the best

MongiIG

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