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SP500 Elliott Wave Analysis: Wave (i) of v) of C of (A)


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SP 500 Elliott Wave Technical Analysis and Trading Strategies: SP 500 (SPY), NASDAQ 100 NDX, QQQ ETF, Russell 2000 RUT IWM ETF. Dow Jones Industrial (DJI)
Stock Market Daily News Today: The Dow rose more than 500 points as July’s consumer-price report showed inflation easing. Yields on Treasury bonds fell.
Elliott Wave Market Summary Today:Wave (i) of v) of C of (A) Thursday - look for the Bullish Weekly Cycle play in line with the Elliott Wave count and the TradingLevels
Day / Trend Trading Strategies: Expect the market to open higher, but then it could trade lower for most of the session, then look for the market to firm up later in the day. Bullish Weekly Cycle.

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00:00 S&P500 SPY ETF
22:23 NASDAQ 100 (NDX)
25:04 Russell 2000 (RUT) 
25:56 Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI)
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