It has been a wild week or so. We have been asked often recently regarding short-term MSP and why we have not been publishing. The question has been more-or-less: "has the effort of publishing this data ended and is that why short-term MSP has not been published". While it is correct that this data takes a lot of effort to build and is not principally created for the general public - this is NOT the reason that we have not published these data. The reason is that when the markets become as volatile and emotional as they have been, the best thing to focus on is the larger picture and the fundamental near-term emotion and price movements of the markets. Sometimes it takes a few days for the markets to overshoot - which seems to be the case curgently. Markets may be in an altered state of reality...we have been referring to the market being on "METH" the last week or so in the "Lounge". Therefore, we have felt that short-term market structure is more of a distraction then needed and only been referring to it judiciously as it points to highly probable data point inflections and probabilities.
So, what is the bigger picture? It appears that there is a tremendous amount of coincidence pointing to the 3rd and 4th weeks of September. In Gold, the US Dollar, Oil, the Dax, EuroStoxx 50, S&P500 etc...all have confidence for a probability for a risk reversal in the mid - to latter part of the month into the end of October. Ironically, for risk assets - despite the anarchy going on in the world - there seems to be a predominant bias for a bid in the markets into this coming week - most probably mid weekish. A reaction from these areas are to be most interesting. Some charts have broken down into potential downward impulses and these patterns would usually imply a retest of the breakdown area - which coordinates with the levels charts on the SPX cash posted earlier - suggesting a retest of 2010 at the very low end and up to 2090 on the high-end. 2045 to 2060 SPX cash seem like a serious area to watch. But these price levels have nothing to do with MSP and are just educated guesses.
Another element arguing for further time for upside is that the normal up wave for a 60-minute bar calculated wave is around 155 hours. This would fit well with mid-week. However, given the veracity of the move down a bit more time could be required additionally.
Below are some updates to the MSP charts that cover this probability scenario: