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There is only one side of the market and it is not the bull side or the bear side, but the right side.
Jesse Livermore






S&P 500 (Standard & Poor 500)




S&P 500 "Log" Chart, 200 day rate of change green
 
S&P 500 adjusted by the CPI (Consumer Price Index)
 
S&P Futures The Blue line is a Donchian channel, red line is a 5 day exponential average, green line is a 20 day exponential average. Vertical blue bars MACD (Moving average convergence divergence) 5 and 20.
 
S&P 500 and 200 day exponential average (red), 50 day exponential average (yellow), 200 day rate of change (green), Fibonacci retracement Numbers from 1974.
 
S&P 500 index cycles as we see them - feel free to disagree.
 
As of 5/26/14  The Parrot (My Advisor)says that the average (short term) cycle length, for the last 22 cycles, was 21.32 trading days. 13 cycles have a right hand translation, 9 have a left hand translation, and 0 are centered. Left has a bearish implication, right has a bullish implication. The dashed red line to the right indicates where the Parrot thinks the next S&P 500 cycle low "might" be.

7/10/10 An octopus can predict soccer games? -- Our Parrot is not impressed
S&P Cycle Length
 

And how's the Parrot doing?
 











S&P 500 Retracement Number (Weekly Data). The black line is a 52 week xaverage.
 
S&P 500 (spot) Point & Figure Chart (1 Box = 5 Reversal = 3)