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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: Friday's momentum should follow through today and see markets higher
Elliott Wave Market Summary Today:Wave (iii) of v) of 3 Thursday - look for the Bullish Weekly Cycle play in line with the Elliott Wave count and the TradingLevels
Day / Trend Trading Strategies: Monday: Expect the market to open higher: Risk On.

Video Chapters
00:00 S&P500 SPY ETF
19:45 NASDAQ 100 (NDX)
22:16 Russell 2000 (RUT) 
23:18 Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI)
26:45 End. Thanks for supporting!

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