Stock market analysis and trading strategies: NASDAQ,QQQ, Apple (AAPL),Tesla (TSLA), Amazon (AMZN), Nvidia (NVDA), Microsoft MSFT, Meta Platforms, Netflix (NFLX), Alphabet GOOGL.
Stock Market Summary: Elliott Wave count Indices Wave (iv) of c) of 4. This is the main count for stocks, of course some stocks are slightly different, and I will try to explain the different patterns today. The Wave (iv) in move cases has not started, second this wave (iv) makes it difficult to trade the markets and is not recommended to trade, Once the Wave (iv) is completed we can look to short into Wave (v), however, that said, our main focus should be on the ending of Wave 4 setting up for long trades, perhaps later in the week.
Trading Strategies: Short side.
00:00 NASDAQ 100 (NDX)
04:42 Apple (AAPL)
07:43 Amazon (AMZN)
09:48 NVIDIA (NVDA)
12:44 Meta Platforms (META)
14:37 Netflix (NFLX)
15:35 Alphabet (GOOGL)
17:06 Microsoft MSFT
18:15 Tesla (TSLA)
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