The Stunning Price Cycle Calling The S&P 500 Tops & Bottoms On The Hourly Chart

ajv

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Well, thank you for your kind words and refreshing open mind.

Cordially,
Michael Calhoun
Juris Doctorate

Michael,

How did you calculate the next price projection based on the current expected SP500 top at 9th Vector? Based on the 11/16th low price projection is much downwards isn't it ? Are you using a different low ?

Regards
AJV
 
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Michael,

How did you calculate the next price projection based on the current expected SP500 top at 9th Vector? Based on the 11/16th low price projection is much downwards isn't it ? Are you using a different low ?

Regards
AJV

Read my last 3 posts, and notice he hasn't replied...
Tarting up standard charting package indicators with a few
meaningless bells and whistles is quite common and easy.

You have to do the work yourself.
No one is going to give you / or sell you anything of worth.
Think about it, if it really worked, would you sell it, no you wouldn't.
You may not want to hear that, but its the truth.
 

neil

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Re: The Stunning Price Cycle Calling The S&P 500 Tops & Bottoms On The Hourly Chart

Michael,

How did you calculate the next price projection based on the current expected SP500 top at 9th Vector? Based on the 11/16th low price projection is much downwards isn't it ? Are you using a different low ?

Regards
AJV

Erm....all your posts relate to this thread and you ignore notes of caution from other traders - are you his patsy planted here to add dubious authenticity to his spin? I would like to think that you come across as one who is not so stupid as to fall for this type of hype, especially if you take note of the warnings alluded to in the posts above:)
 
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TheCycleCode

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Michael,

How did you calculate the next price projection based on the current expected SP500 top at 9th Vector? Based on the 11/16th low price projection is much downwards isn't it ? Are you using a different low ?

Regards
AJV

The forecast of May 20th for the S&P 500 of 1435.61 was based on the trend line between the previous cycle high (9/14/12) and the high of 3/12/13.

The high of 3/12/13 was taken out before a 1.793% pullback, so the 5th wave (9th vector) is still under construction. So we are waiting for a 1793% pullback from the current high to enter a short SPY options trade with a June expiration.

The forecast is made by taking the trend line of the last two cycle highs and projecting it from the intervening cycle low (11/16/12 @ 1343.35).

That takes the price/time energy of the current cycle and projects it into the next vector trend.

Congratulations for thinking for yourself! I don't believe there were any other questions in the other replies, just comments.

Stocks & Commodities have accepted for publication our article based on the 3/5 wave cycle and forecasting model. Hope you take a look there, too.

Cordially,
Michael Calhoun
Juris Doctorate
 
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Congratulations for thinking for yourself! I don't believe there were any other questions in the other replies, just comments.

Yes and you avoidance of answering them is noted.
I'll ask again anyway:
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fut...-tops-bottoms-hourly-chart-6.html#post2094504
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fut...-tops-bottoms-hourly-chart-6.html#post2094516
 

TheCycleCode

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I'm not familiar with the "zig zag ninja trader", and The Cycle Code is not related to it. I'm not sure what the question is in the algorithm posted.

Cordially,
Michael Calhoun
Juris Doctorate
 
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I'm not familiar with the "zig zag ninja trader", and The Cycle Code is not related to it. I'm not sure what the question is in the algorithm posted.

Cordially,
Michael Calhoun
Juris Doctorate

There are similarities in the plot characteristics.
As no live demonstration of this has been done,
how are people to know that it doesn't suffer from
debilitating lag, as the indicator I used as an example does.
There is no justification without live results or proof of them.
 

TheCycleCode

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There are similarities in the plot characteristics.
As no live demonstration of this has been done,
how are people to know that it doesn't suffer from
debilitating lag, as the indicator I used as an example does.

This 1.793% cycle concludes approximately every other month. I've indicated that a 1.793% pull back in price will inaugurate a short vector minor trend, and our subscribers trading this cycle will enter a short SPY trade when that pullback occurs.

Under our trade rules, 1/2 of the trade (all of the investment capital) will be taken off the table upon a 100% return in that June SPY option investment, and the second half exit is triggered by price movement to the forecasted price, or the completion of the 3rd wave, whichever occurs first.

I'm not sure what you mean by debilitating lag. All the vectors in The Cycle Code are defined by 1.793% minimum price retracements. They cannot be recalculated. I've previously posted one cycle up close and a three years bird-eye chart.

Whether the wave trend is 3 or 5 may be unclear at times, especially during sideways moving markets. We don't trade unclear trends. But we're not in a sideways moving market - at least not in the 1.793% cycle on the hourly fractal.

Cordially,
Michael Calhoun
Juris Doctorate
 
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This 1.793% cycle concludes approximately every other month. I've indicated that a 1.793% pull back in price will inaugurate a short vector minor trend, and our subscribers trading this cycle will enter a short SPY trade when that pullback occurs.

Under our trade rules, 1/2 of the trade (all of the investment capital) will be taken off the table upon a 100% return in that June SPY option investment, and the second half exit is triggered by price movement to the forecasted price, or the completion of the 3rd wave, whichever occurs first.

I'm not sure what you mean by debilitating lag. All the vectors in The Cycle Code are defined by 1.793% minimum price retracements. They cannot be recalculated. I've previously posted one cycle up close and a three years bird-eye chart.

Whether the wave trend is 3 or 5 may be unclear at times, especially during sideways moving markets. We don't trade unclear trends. But we're not in a sideways moving market - at least not in the 1.793% cycle on the hourly fractal.

Cordially,
Michael Calhoun
Juris Doctorate

This just gets better and better...and my earlier post said it was complete bollox, this has taken it to a whole new level
cordially
malaguti
 

mark brown

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Honestly I think that is just a common Zig-Zag indicator which plots after the fact. That is how it looks so good - it has the benefit of hindsight. If it plotted in real time and placed those tops and bottoms I would own it already. :whistling m

btw a zig zag works off vectors fyi which are just close approximates till a swing high or swing low has been established by some X bars back.
 
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Brazza

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Mark and Malaguti. I like your Qs about the cycle presentation by Michael Calhoun.

Michael. I like your charts and your presentation too. I work with not exactly cycles but something similar.

Michael. I think that the best way to really make my jaw drop is if you where to do your charts from left to right projecting into the future. We/I are tire of seeing "perfection" to the left of charts. Any system is perfect to the left.

Yes i know it will take time for the projection to unfold but that's the only way you will make believers out me and many others.

regards,
Brazza
:)
 
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