00:00 Amazon (AMZN).
06:35 Alphabet (GOOGL).
10:09 Apple (AAPL).
13:46 Square (SQ).
16:08 Meta Platforms (META).
19:54 Tesla (TSLA).
27:07 Microsoft (MSFT).
35:10 Thanks for watching!
US Stocks Amazon AMZN, Alphabet GOOGL, Apple AAPL, Microsoft MSFT, Facebook FB, Meta Platforms META, Tesla TSLA. Elliott Wave Analysis counts below.
Stock strategies and analysis overview: In most case, stocks have rallied into their 61.8% retracement level targets as wave two. So we now look for short trade setups, but as explained in the video, we need to be cautious, as the market still looks bullish and in this case we also need to prepare for long trades too.
US Stocks Elliott Wave Analysis:
Amazon AMZN Elliott Wave Wave (ii) of y) of Y of (4)
Alphabet GOOGL Elliott Wave ii) of C of (4)
Apple AAPL Elliott Wave Wave (4)
Microsoft MSFT Elliott Wave ii) of C of (4)
Square SQ Elliott Wave v) of C of (4)
Facebook FB Metaverse Elliott Wave (4)
Tesla TSLA Elliott Wave ii) of C of (4)
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