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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

SPX At A Major Inflection Point

* See UPDATE below...

After briefly breaking above the confluence of a +10 standard deviation of a long-term uptrending regression channel with the outer band of a Fibonacci spiral (1.618 coefficient) on a monthly timeframe, the S&P 500 Index (SPX) has begun to retrace much of its breakout, as shown on the following monthly chart.

We may see a retest of 4250 or 4200 before the monthly uptrend either resumes, or if price drops and holds below 4200, we could see a significant 20-40% correction occur from its top at 4545.85.

See my last post on the SPX for more details on what I'm monitoring on this index.

By the way, you can find examples of Fibonacci spirals in the most amazing places 😏...

* UPDATE October 8...

The long-term arc on the SPX monthly chart below has narrowed and has gone parabolic...a condition I first noted in my post of August 27.

Investors could be in for a very volatile ride this fall...keep an eye on whether there will be catastrophic global contagion from China's troubled $62 Trillion real estate sector, as described in my post of September 15.

If so, the 20-40% correction mentioned above could be swift.