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SP500 NASDAQ 100 Technical Analysis Elliott Wave Forecast & Trading.
S&P500 Technical Analysis: Waiting to confirm the start of Intermediate Wave (5).
Russell 2000 Elliott Wave Triangle: Wave e) of 4 completed.
S&P 500 Elliott Wave (v) of iii) of 3 of (5).
NASDAQ Elliott Wave (v) of iii) of 3 of (5).
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SP500 Trading Strategy: Risk on.
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