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Stock Market SP 500, NASDAQ 100 NDX, Russell 2000 RUT. Dow Jones Industrial (DJI) Elliott Wave Technical Analysis and Trading Strategies.
Stock Market Daily News Today: Stocks edge lower finding short term supports NASDAQ on 12,000 and SP 500 on 3900 expect small rallies then new lows.
Elliott Wave Market Summary: Wave ii of (iii) of v) of C Or 1
Day / Trend Trading Strategies: Holding short trades and continue to short new lows, use the Classic Trading Levels pattern as the short trade set up to add to positions.

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00:00 S&P500 
10:07 NASDAQ 100 (NDX)
12:28 Russell 2000 (RUT) 
16:13 Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI)
18:03 End. Thanks for supporting!

Analyst Peter Mathers TradingLounge™ Australian Financial Services Licence - AFSL 317817
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