Amazon, Alphabet, Apple, Tesla, Facebook, Square, Microsoft & JPM Elliott Wave analysis [Video]

Tesla (TSLA) Amazon (AMZN) Apple (AAPL) Alphabet (GOOGL) Facebook (FB) Meta Platforms (META) Microsoft (MSFT) & JPMorgan Chase (JPM) Technical Analysis Elliott Wave Forecast & Day Trading Strategies:
00:00 Amazon Elliott Wave Technical Analysis.
10:38 Alphabet Elliott Wave Technical  Analysis.
17:02 Apple Elliott Wave Technical  Analysis.
22:50 Square SQ Elliott Wave Technical  Analysis.
25:30 Facebook Meta Platforms (META) Elliott Wave Technical  Analysis.
31:14 Tesla Elliott Wave Technical  Analysis.
35:10 Microsoft Elliott Wave Technical  Analysis.
40:30 JPMorgan Chase (JPM) Elliott Wave Analysis.
44:00 Thank you for watching US Stocks Elliott Wave Analysis.

US Stocks Amazon AMZN, Alphabet GOOGL, Apple AAPL, Microsoft MSFT, Facebook FB, Meta Platforms META, Tesla TSLA. Elliott Wave Analysis counts below.

Stocks analysis overview: Markets positive, Apple leading the makret higher, however waiting for the S&P and NDX to break higher to confirm bullish trend.

US Stocks Elliott Wave Analysis: Please Note that these wave count may change as in the video:
Amazon AMZN  Elliott Wave Wave (4).
Alphabet GOOGL  Elliott Wave Wave  (4).
Apple AAPL  Elliott Wave  (5).
Microsoft MSFT  Elliott Wave (4).
Square SQ Elliott Wave (4).
Facebook FB Metaverse  Elliott Wave (4).
Tesla TSLA  Elliott Wave (5).

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