US Stocks Market Summary ELLIOTT WAVE ANALYSIS Tesla (TSLA) Amazon (AMZN) Apple (AAPL) Alphabet (GOOGL) Facebook (FB) Meta Platforms (META) Microsoft (MSFT) JPMorgan Chase (JPM) Technical Analysis & Day Trading Strategies.
Stock strategies and analysis overview: Over the weeks ahead US stocks have further downside to move into Elliott Wave Cycle degree Wave IV.
00:00 Apple (AAPL).
01:48 Amazon (AMZN).
04:49 Alphabet (GOOGL).
06:46 Meta Platforms.
10:22 Microsoft (MSFT).
12:54 Tesla (TSLA).
14:14 Square (SQ).
17:00 Banks JPM GS BAC.
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US Stocks Amazon AMZN, Alphabet GOOGL, Apple AAPL, Microsoft MSFT, Facebook FB, Meta Platforms, Tesla TSLA. Elliott Wave Analysis counts below.
US Stocks Elliott Wave Analysis:
Apple AAPL Elliott Wave A of (Y) of IV.
Amazon AMZN Elliott Wave IV.
Alphabet GOOGL Elliott Wave IV.
Meta Platforms FB Elliott Wave IV.
Microsoft MSFT Elliott Wave IV.
Tesla TSLA Elliott Wave IV.
Square SQ Elliott Wave IV.
JPMorgan Chase (JPM) Elliott Wave IV.
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