SP500 US Stock Bear Market: AMZN, AAPL, NVDA, TSLA, GOOGL, BRK.B, SQ, META, NFLX, ENPH, MSFT, BAC, JPM, GS. Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
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Stock Market Summary Elliott Wave Count: Elliott Wave Analysis - (iii) of v) of 3 of (1)
Analysis US Stocks: Tesla TSLA, Amazon AMZN, Nvidia (NVDA), Apple AAPL, Microsoft MSFT, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK/B),Block, Inc (SQ), Meta Platforms, Netflix (NFLX), Enphase (ENPH), Alphabet GOOGL. XFL Finance Sector ETF, JPMorgan JPM & Bank of America BAC, Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS)
Stock Market Trading strategies: Monday should follow Friday lower in the bearish weekly cycle. Holding short until Wave 3 for most stocks
02:11 Apple (AAPL).
03:18 NVIDIA (NVDA).
03:34 Amazon (AMZN).
05:00 Meta Platforms (META).
05:58 Netflix (NFLX).
07:23 Enphase (ENPH).
09:17 Tesla (TSLA).
10:20 Alphabet (GOOGL).
12:08 Microsoft (MSFT).
13:07 Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B).
14:48 Block Inc. (SQ).
15:55 Banks JPM, GS.
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