What Does a Fractal Look Like?

What Does a Fractal Look Like? And What Does It Have to Do with the Stock Market? By Elliott Wave International Although Ralph N. Elliott came to his conclusions 50 years before the new science of fractals blossomed, he took a step that current observers of natural processes have yet to take. He explained not only that the progress of the market was fractal in nature but discovered and described the component patterns. Find out more about the stock market and fractals in this excerpt. Read more.

VIX

Thursday, January 15, 2009


Nice setup for the VIX. This can means that the first wave had finished or will be finished briefly.

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SPX intraday update (Part 4)


Maybe this first wave of this downtrend had finished.

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Spx intraday update (part 3)



Looks like SPX is in mini iii of v.

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SPX intraday update (Part 2)


Looks like a triangle. Possible target 820 point.

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SPX intraday update (Part 1)



I think maybe SPX (CFD's) has finished the wave v but in SPX (Cash) is still missing this wave. So, i don't have hurry to close my short positions . On the other hand, this sub wave v seems to me more an abc wave and also can be an irregular wave iv.

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DAX daily update


Similar count to DAX.

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SPX dialy update


Nothing new to comment. I think tomorrow maybe this wave (sub wave v) will come an end . I will chanche my puts to calls on the 81x's or 82x's.

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