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Stocks: AAPL, AMZN, NVDA, TSLA, GOOGL, BRK.B, SQ, META, NFLX, ENPH, MSFT, BAC, JPM. Elliott Wave 
US Stock Bear Market: AMZN, AAPL, NVDA, TSLA, GOOGL, BRK.B, SQ, META, NFLX, ENPH, MSFT, BAC, JPM, GS. Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 
Stock Makret News: Options activity hints U.S. stock market has not reached bottom- Barclays
Stock Market Summary: Elliott Wave Count: Wave (ii) or (iv) depending on the stock.
Analysis US Stocks: Tesla TSLA, Amazon AMZN, Nvidia (NVDA), Apple AAPL, Microsoft MSFT, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK/B),Block, Inc (SQ), Meta Platforms, Netflix (NFLX), Enphase (ENPH), Alphabet GOOGL. XFL Finance Sector ETF, JPMorgan JPM & Bank of America BAC, Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS)
Stock Market Trading strategies: The market is still trending lower in the medium term. Continue on the short side of the market and short the corrective rally today. We are holding wide stops through wave fours and will exit at Wave 5 of (1)

Video Chapters
00:00 NASDAQ 100
03:59 Apple (AAPL)
08:08 NVIDIA (NVDA)
10:31 Amazon (AMZN)
15:18 Meta Platforms (META)
17:22 Netflix (NFLX) 
22:09 Enphase (ENPH)
24:26 Tesla (TSLA)
30:27 Alphabet (GOOGL) 
32:02 Microsoft (MSFT)
34:10 Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B)
37:27 Block Inc. (SQ) 
39:05 Banks JPM, GS
51:01 End. Thanks for supporting!


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