Pushing Towards a Cliff Around 12th/14th – Daily & Weekly MSP

Lots of cross currents and chop. Increasingly poor/aberrant behavior in markets seems to be pushing us into the 12th to 14th cliff discussed in the longer-term market structure projections. All outcomes point to a combustible situation. One of the things to look for is when markets disconnect from structured behavior as this usually indicates a forced changes to market participant behaviors that later turns into a larger market impact. Recently we have had a few days in which daily directional  probabilities were contradicted, they very likely point to this exact type of situation.

One note, if one wished to take the time to review posts and articles here, you can see that even on the day's where daily probabilities were contradicted in MOST everycase, intraday probabilities gave that clue very early and clearly. (The Grid View is great for this and has fast search tools keys at the top of the page) Additionally, e-Tick-Tools emotion analysis made even the most difficult days to understand much clearer. Yesterday, for instance, there was an X-Tick on the opening bar indicating buy capitulation. And at the lows there were a cluster of sell extremes and a capitulatory X-Tick at around  2051 and 12:00 PM...and Accumulation Index (also a form of efficiency and emotion analysis) closed at the high of the day...which have so far led nicely to today's follow on upward movement.

So far this week, market structure has reverted somewhat as discussed below. Looks like a lot of volatility is on deck into next week with a potentially large move up into the week of the 12th to 14th. Additionally, generally, July 4th weekend puts a pause in things. Both this week and next week - momentum peaks on Wed and turns down into the end of the week. This Friday is not projected to be a high volatility day in terms or downside. We will see.

Good luck out there and be careful...longer-term timing approaching. Though this is a dangerous market, it's very easy to get overly bearish (or bullish even) and get chopped up.

July 1st, 2015 Daily & Weekly Market Structure Projections

July 1st, 2015 Daily & Weekly Market Structure Projections

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