World Cycles Institute

Another Win for Usury: The Battle of Waterloo

Last week, I took you through the results of usury beginning with the Roman Empire. We then explored the creation of the Bank of England and contrasted it with the usury free system developed under Napoleon Bonaparte at the turn of the 19th century.

The French Revolution in 1789 left France in bankruptcy, mostly due to over fifty years of wars. This opened the door for one of the greatest commanders in history to rise to power.

Under Napoleon (emperor 1804-15), in the absence of compounding interest from central bankers beyond the borders of France, the country thrived. When Napoleon took over the creation of France’s money, taxes on the citizens of France were dramatically reduced, and he made the French franc the most valuable currency in Europe.

In a similar manner, other countries, one of them Canada, have realized much more vibrant economies as a result of creating their own money, not paying foreign bankers to do it for them (and then charge governments compounding interest for the privilege). In Canada, from 1938 to 1974 (through the Bank of Canada), the country paid for WWII, the Trans Canada Highway, Trans Canada Railroad, the St. Lawrence Seaway, and the Canadian medical system by creating their own money interest-free. Since 1974, however, foreign bankers have been contracted create Canada’s money instead and charged compounded interest. As a result, infrastructure has suffered, the cost of living has risen, and Canadians have been squeezed financially, resulting in the highest household debt in the world. Australia has experienced a similar fate.

In France’s case under Napoleon, the infrastructure was upgraded, with the construction of over 32 thousand kilometres of roads, over 1600 kilometres of canals and bridges, and the expansion of harbours. It was all financed with interest-free money from the Banque de France.

France Upsets the Financial Community

France no longer participated in the London financial markets and this upset the Rothschild family, who were by now entrenched within the Bank of England.

In 1803, England, under the direction of her international bankers (the Rothschilds) provided funds required to Austria, Prussia, Russia, Spain, and Sweden to wage war against Napoleon. Napoleon had simply refused to sign a trade treaty with England the year before.

Napoleon, not having the funds to go up against this coalition, decided to sell Louisiana to the United States and received $3 million in return. There was peace for a couple of years but several years of wars followed that.

At the time in Eurasia, only France and Russia were not under the influence of the Rothschild family (the world’s banksters). Most other European countries were, having borrowed from them to fund the war with France.

As a result, Napoleon made an agreement with Czar Alexander I of Russia to enforce a blockade against England. However, that agreement eventually broke down and Napoleon went to war with Russia in an attempt to get it to enforce the blockade. That was a mistake. Russia retreated and Napoleon, in chasing them into Russia in winter, lost 75% of his army due to the cold and a lack of food and supplies.

Napoleon was eventually defeated at the Battle of Nations in 1813 by the European coalition and bannished to the Island of Elba.

The Battle of Waterloo

The Battle of Waterloo

The Battle of Waterloo was one of the most important in the history of the modern world and was the catalyst for the unsustainable financial situation we have before us today, because it was the turning point for the Rothschild family and catapulted their fortunes into the stratosphere.

In 1814, Napoleon returned to France and regained control. Without any money, he had no choice but to borrow $5 million from the City of London. The bankers had won.

At the same time, the English led an army put together by “The Seventh Coalition.” The commander in charge was the Duke of Wellington. Napoleon was defeated soundly at the Battle of Waterloo.

In the background moved the Rothschilds. Nathan Rothschild had developed a vast network of gold smugglers throughout Europe and had a courier system that was second to none. In London, Nathan was the first to hear of Napoleon’s defeat—a full twenty-four hours before anyone else.

England’s position in the bond market at this time was rather precarious, as they’d spent so much money trying to defeat Napoleon. Nathan’s visit to his usual chair in the London stock market the next morning was watched by everyone in the room. Dejectedly, he began to sell bonds. It sparked a deluge of selling across the floor.

A short time later, Nathan reversed his call and bought the dominant holding of England’s entire debt, but at a fraction of its real value. When the news of Wellington’s success hit the streets, the trickery became obvious, but it was too late. The Rothschilds had increased their fortune and when he sold the bonds two years later, they were up 40%, amounting to a haul of some $600 million in today’s money.

After the defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon was exiled to the island of St. Helena, where he was poisoned at the age of 51, in 1821. This was most likely the work of the Rothschilds, although it has never been proven.

When Nathan died in 1836, his personal fortune was equivalent to 0.62 percent of the of British national income.

“Between 1818 and 8152, the combined capital of the five Rothschild houses rose from £1.8 million to £9.5 million.” — The Ascent of Money, Niall Ferguson

102 years after the Battle of Waterloo, the economy of Russia would become another victim of gaze of central bankers—through the Russian Revolution, in 1917.

Napoleon was just the start. Next week, we’ll follow the usury of the Rothschilds to the United States and the Federal Reserve.


The Market

Here’s the latest daily chart of ES (emini futures)

Above is the daily chart of ES. The full wave up looks to be like a triple three (a combination wave) which is near or at completion. I’ve removed the trendlines as I believe the ending diagonal idea is finally dead.

The final pattern of the triple three is now labelled as a very rare running triangle with a final motive wave as the final thrust wave. There is only one wave out of a triangle in the “fourth wave” position and so for several reasons (mentioned in the video) we’re at a top with perhaps a few more points to go. This would be the top of wave red 3. In high degree wave structures, the thrust out of a triangle can be a blow-off wave, and that certainly seems to be what we got.

Note that the volume is extremely low, which is bearish.

A typical wave red 4 retracement would target the 38% level (2205, based on hitting 2352 on the upside). However, based on the fact that this entire structure looks corrective, wave four may be much smaller than average.

There’s also the consideration of the second waves in USD currencies. We’re currently part-way through in all currency pairs, which suggests a short 4th wave in US indices as they’re all more or less running in tandem to a final top.

The 4th wave will come down in three waves. After we finish the A and B waves, we should be able to project an end to the C wave of the 4th wave. Once we finish the fourth wave , we’ll get a final blow-off wave for the month of March, with a potential top that month or into very early April now.

Here are the path predictions going forward:

  • Wave 4 will come down in 3 waves with any of the corrective patterns possibly in play.
  • Wave 5 is likely to be an ending diagonal. In any event, it will be in 5 waves (not motive).

Summary: We’re at the top of wave 3 of the final 5 wave pattern, ready to turn down into four with one more very small wave up to a new high. I expect all major US indices to turn this week. The larger wave (4) should come down in 3 waves.

After completing the fourth wave, we’ll have one more wave to go, which could be an ending diagonal as a fifth wave. The long awaited bear market is getting closer.


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  • nicola2910 February 20, 2017, 6:13 am

    thanks Peter ….Nick

    • Verne February 20, 2017, 7:04 am

      Outstanding lessons in the history of finance. Peter I hope sometime in the future you could do a mini series on the fate of others who attempted to free their countries from these vampires. I suspect the current villification of Putin has a lot to do with this theme…

      • Peter Temple February 20, 2017, 10:18 am

        Thanks, Verne,
        I plan to do the lead up to the Federal Reserve and then the next week a summary of all the death and destruction at the hands of these central bankers, who are well entrenched in the “Deep State.”

        There was the Russian Revolution, financed by the Rothschilds. It’s the countries that resist central banking that pay the price: Iraq, Libya, Germany, Syria, and the list goes on.

        Then there’s the list of US Presidents that have paid the price: Lincoln, McKinley, Garfield … and a list of Russian Czars. There was the murder of British Prime Minister Spence Percival in 1812 (that’s for next week’s issue).

        All the G7 countries are under their thumb and bankrupt, as a result. Greece is in the midst of being dismantled. In Canada, we have a lawsuit about the reach the Supreme Court to “get back our public central bank.” At the present time our money is being created in Europe, which is against our constitution and we owe almost a trillion dollars in interest, money which, as it leaves the country, creates deflation.

        This is a world-wide phenomenon. The US is virtually owned by the Rothschilds and the war that’s taking shape is all about them keeping the power they have and the money flowing. They own all the major media in the US. It’s their narrative at the moment, but I think that’s going to change. However, I suspect it’s going to take a major civil war.

        Gutle Schnapper, Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s wife said before she died in 1849, “If my sons did not want war, there would have been none.”

        It doesn’t take a lot of deep thought to figure out where the current demonization of Russia is coming from. However, it’s such a ludicrous charge that I’ll be really surprised if it continues all that much longer. We need a wake-up call out there …

        • Peter Temple February 20, 2017, 10:32 am

          And then there’s Iran, which is an Islamic state. Islam forbids interest. It’s not a big leap to figure our why they’re being vilified, either …

          • Verne February 20, 2017, 11:01 am

            It is difficult to express enormity of what these people did to Libya. I think it is the crime of the 21 century to date. It is nothing short of mind boggling how hardly any one reported on what truly happened there.

        • Verne February 20, 2017, 11:08 am

          The battle certainly seems to be heating up in the US. I hope Trump survives the onslaught. Even if he does, I agree we are probably looking at some very serious civil unrest heading our way…I expect the next crack-up to seriously cripple their strangle-hold on the masses t as their derivatives blow up in their faces….not even all the bail-ins in the world will save them….not this time…

      • LizH February 22, 2017, 8:33 am

        Thank you Peter. Is there a movie detailing the rise of the Rothschilds?

        • Peter Temple February 22, 2017, 8:46 am

          Hi LizH,
          There are lots of books. The only movie I know of that chronicles the shenanigans of the money Czars is “Everything is a Rick Man’s Trick”

          I just finished the next blog post for next week, which has lots more and I haven’t even gotten to the Federal Reserve yet. They have quite a storied history. I would be surprised to see a major motion picture on this subject, but maybe one day …

          • LizH February 22, 2017, 8:55 am

            Amazing Peter, thank you!

  • luri February 20, 2017, 8:00 am


    never shoot the messenger – only the message. BTW, i happen to LOVE pickles!
    :-)) [that would be a non sequitur].

    spx –
    rut –

    • Verne February 20, 2017, 7:58 pm

      Expanding diagonals galore!
      Looks very plausible to me. I think the fourth wave may not repeat as a zig zag since the second wave was. I just cannot get over the overwhelming level of bullishness we are seeing the market. Absolutely everyone is on one side of this ship. I think the next move down is going to have to be violent and deep enough to dislodge a few of all those eager beavers, followed by an equally manic fifth wave up to end this interminable bankster driven saga…

      • Alex February 21, 2017, 2:42 am

        In the meantime, we keep going higher…

  • Aaron1 February 20, 2017, 11:21 am
    • Peter Temple February 20, 2017, 11:31 am

      Fabulous! Thanks so much for this.

  • LURI February 21, 2017, 5:31 am


    are we looking at a non EW pattern here – 3 peaks and domed house pattern?

    it makes you wonder? Peaks and a Domed House” is potentially signaling a serious top in the stock market. It is a complicated pattern and as a result appears infrequently

    • rotrot February 21, 2017, 5:42 am

      “The 3PDh pattern of 2014-2016 appears to have failed…The standard time spans tell us not to expect a significant high until the period April-August 2017 but it never hurts to keep one eye focused on what isn’t expected…”

      • luri February 21, 2017, 6:01 am


        that safehaven story is an “idealized” version of 3 peak pattern, that is hastily applied to the real world. Because someone incorrectly applied it [too early] and dismisses it, makes the unfolding pattern that much more interesting. This is a very rare pattern, signalling a significant market top – so time needs to be given for it to reveal itself. I like when “experts” dismiss a pattern ‘early’.

        i take this pattern as a reflection of 1 word – DISTRIBUTION -which is found at every major top. Because ‘retail’ held back from ‘holding the bag’ the ‘DOMED HOUSE’ is built to bring back sentiment, to draw in retail $$’s.

        in short, i reject the ‘dismissal’ of the pattern based on time factors. Let’s watch it – as an exercise of real life ‘observing’.

        thanks for the article though…

        • Alex February 21, 2017, 7:26 am

          The domed house is not meant to bring back sentiment. It’s just the result of a complete distribution phase (literally, no big sellers left = price makes one last violent spike up, on extremely low volume). There’s no overextension in space or time for this kind of pattern, this means 2 things: 1. it can still be correct 2. it can still be correct when we melt up another 300 handles, while saying “next week, next level, little higher, here we come, just one more wave”…

          • luri February 21, 2017, 11:03 am


            thanks for the clarification. All is possible from here moving forward. it is like spaghetti, we are throwing strands against the wall to see what sticks.
            The point and figure charts for the DOW indicate the 20 950 level is the target…….we shall see…we are coming into the FIB level in time of 8 years in a couple of weeks. i think this is an important FIB time period. All we can do is observe. Let us see what happens…..

  • Ed February 21, 2017, 6:27 am


    Thanks for two “outside the box” posts…the 3PDH and the failed 5th wave. I would be interested in Peter’s comments on the potentiality of of failed 5th wave.

    • luri February 21, 2017, 10:57 am


      thanks for the acknowledgement. I think the two scenarios – if correct [and that’s a big ‘if’], fit well into each other.

      the 3pdh drops back and the bounce up before the plunge begins would represent the failed 5th. then the plunge……….so they compliment each other – like peanut butter and pickles [yummy]…….. we shall see

      • Alex February 21, 2017, 11:20 am

        Iuri, you may want to take a look at this:

        These kind of distribution schematics are fractals – the current range (180 – 210 + UTAD) is the clearest, but if you enlarge this can be the UTAD of the past 80 – 150 SPY range. This would also explain the low volume in recent year.

        The problem, as already stated, is both timing and invalidation levels – we miss them both, and it seems pretty much everyone is in the same situation, I doubt there are a lot of retail bears left at this point, after at least 5-6 major pivots that really looked like “the good one”. Any timing method that I know of have already miserably failed, several times.

        What I’m saying is…I’m starting to entertain the possibility that this big correction is more in my head that in the charts 🙂

        • luri February 21, 2017, 12:14 pm


          all of it ………………….. the whole shop………its all in our heads – that’s where it all happens.

          So the best we can do, is to use our heads to access logic and to analyze. My logic is telling me there is much more at play here, than meets the eye. The indexes are “propaganda indexes”. They are used to ‘control’ sentiment of the “sleeple” [sleeping people]. The banker cabal knows this.

          The membrane of the market has been stretched to the point of breaking. the ONLY outcome therefore is a crash. There can be no other alternative. The banking cabal knows this also.

          so this market will crash ONLY when this same cabal has timed and engineered it so to do. Peter is recounting the devious nature of the Rothschilds above – and their Waterloo moment. I am of the school, that most crashes were engineered – this one upcoming is no different. when 8 people control as much wealth as 3.5 billion others, then the overall game is rigged – plain and simple.

          Timing is the only issue here for me. “when do they desire to crash this market?” i think the voting in of TRUMP is a timing signal. We can gleen this timing information from the charts. the signal seems to be flashing.

          If Trump truly wants to make America First – he cannot rebuild the country without popping the bubble. Why would he wait for 1 year into his adminstration to have the bubble ‘pop’ on his watch – so that he takes ownership??. He knows its a bubble, he said as much on the campaign trail.

          If it is the central banks – well they have committed themselves to raise rates – and FOMC only raises rates on the meeting that are coinciding a schedule televised Q&A. This leaves March/September/December. The timing for me seems to be now [feb/march]

          Right or Wrong – We shall see. Either way, we will learn from our calls.

          • Verne February 21, 2017, 12:48 pm

            Excellent points luri.
            I am not certain that the banksters will be able to control the next crisis.
            The key is the bond market, which dwarfs the equities markets.
            The trilions in corporate debt will default. Period!
            They will default as a result of rising interest rates which will make debt sevice impossible as earnings continue to fall. Increasing defaults will drive rates higher in a vicious cycle and the FED will be forced to follow the market rates higher. That is my thesis and I am sticking to it…!+ ?

    • Peter Temple February 21, 2017, 11:36 am

      Failed fifth? Zero chance. I don’t believe in truncations. Never seen one. We had a very clear ending diagonal this morning in ES so the move down in imminent. I’m picking up this conversation mid-stream so I don’t know what fifth you’re actually referring to, so sorry if I’m way off base here.

      • Verne February 21, 2017, 11:52 am

        Why is everyone ignoring the huge red flag VIX is flying?
        Something big is afoot people…

  • Ed February 21, 2017, 11:35 am


    I would encourage you to re-post your ideas on “W.D Gann considered “seven” to be a fatal number for markets.” Posted 2/19/2017. Very interesting!

    • Verne February 21, 2017, 11:54 am

      If Peter thinks it’s OK I will…

      • Peter Temple February 21, 2017, 11:55 am

        Trying to follow this … if that’s on 7’s, by all means.

  • Joe February 21, 2017, 12:10 pm

    You can buy ” the selected articles by the late geaorge Lindsay ” along with ed Carson’s book
    On George Lindsay . I say buy both because reading lindsays actual writings will
    Show you lots more then eds book . Ed Carson didn’t stick to lindsays script on some things so it’s worth
    Knowing the differences .
    The selected articles is about 90 pages and about 30 bucks . I forget the cost of eds book
    Yet it wasn’t much . If I had to choose one over the other I’d go with lindsays selected articles
    First as you get a ton of info on timing right from the source . Also the technicals of a true 3 peaks
    Domed house pattern .
    It’s worth the read

  • luri February 21, 2017, 1:09 pm

    the GAP UP’s that are unfilled from the 09 low’s / from the feb 2016 lows/ since the election……………………are legend.

    i have never seen so many. those unfilled gaps are screaming to those of us who are listening.


  • Alex February 21, 2017, 1:49 pm

    Not the slightest selling pressure here, no sign of distribution. Unless you think a nuclear weapon it’s about to blow up half of the United States (that in the current market I guess would mean another 50 handles on the upside), I don’t see how this can go down in the near term. We’re basically predicting a black swan…I like paradoxes but we still need sellers, and they’re not here at the moment…

    • luri February 21, 2017, 2:06 pm

      i dunno what to say other than i can feel your angst!

      you are right. no selling pressure, and no volume buying, and we ARE waiting for an EVENT to rip the market away from the levitating algos. this is crazy.

      the monthly candle of the spx is outside the upper boundary of the 2 standard deviation trading range. A strange and extraordinarily rare event – even during the 1999 bubble run…………

      the point and figure charts are pointing to 20,950 in the DOW as a target.

      [so i tell myself that we are “in the world” rather than “of this world”. All the losses and gains, accumulations and distribution of ‘things’ remain/and will remain “of this world” now/and long after i am gone. ]

      • VERNE CARTY February 21, 2017, 3:45 pm

        Fascinating! The sentiments being expressed here are EXACTLY what one would expect at a top of this magnitude. I am certainly not saying we cannot go higher. I suspect not by much. There has never been a market top that has been identified by the majority of observers – not one! If that were the case, it would have come sooner…. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Mike Caruana February 21, 2017, 2:49 pm

      Not the right time for a black swan event. If it were to occur, my guess would be after the 5th wave has topped out.

      Fed minutes tomorrow. Maybe they can spook the market into a quick 4th wave down. That, or negative Trump news that gets resolved shortly afterward would be my expectations if I were looking for a catalyst for a 4th wave.

      • eric February 21, 2017, 3:53 pm

        I think any time going forward could be the right time for a black swan. The market has been manipulated for years. So much so that everyone knows it should stay in a given pattern/channel.
        But if this is the great crash we’re looking at, would it not be conceivable that they fooled EVERYONE thinking we have more time ?
        I also think the bankers are afraid of any correction. Afraid that they will lose control. Meaning the next time could be self-fulfilling as everyone sells while few short sellers exist to cover (cushion the drop).

        • Verne February 21, 2017, 5:15 pm

          Eric I think you may have voiced a thesis I also have. it is absolutely clear the banksters are indeed terrified of even the smallest correction. They immediately step in and buy each and every decline. I did not understand what he meant at first but Northman Trader opined the next serious move down will not be a correction but a crash. The banksters are all in. A market that undergoes any substantial decline will in all likelihood a market they can no longer control and is falling under its own prodigous weight. The absence of short-sellers is also a gigantic problem as their stepping in to cover is generally what results in markets bottoming. The crowd is quite convinced there will be no end to this ascent. They have not read Santayana. Of course, many also insist- “This time is different!”

    • eric February 21, 2017, 4:07 pm

      Since these markets (sic) are completely controlled and bought by central banks I believe a black swan is the only thing that will stop it. These banks can print till hell freezes over so until huge losses show up they will stick with the agenda.

  • VERNE CARTY February 21, 2017, 3:37 pm

    Here is a re-post from last thread some found interesting….
    W.D. Gann considered seven to be a fatal number for the markets.
    It is really amazing how diverse the EW wave counts are for the future of this market. Some see us mere months away from a final top in a third of five waves up to a major multi-generational top at intermediate, primary, cycle, super cycle, and grand super cycle degree.
    Other analysts see us only in the fifth wave of primary three with as much as a year before we put in a major top. The former are predicting a top in the 2450-2500 area, the latter possibly as high as 2800. There is even one analyst who thinks that even after that major top is in there will be a correction of 15-25% but no crash. While it is impossible to know who is right, there are few things I do know.
    First, that we are seeing historic levels of complacency in the market as evidence by action in the VIX. I know a lot of folk have written very smug articles about that not being necessarily indicative of trouble for the markets but so far as I know no one as abrogated the concept of reversion to the mean. Extended periods of extremely low volatility absolutely have always been followed by the opposite. Here are some years ending in the fatal number seven, and resulting market performance in those years.
    1807 – 53% 13 months
    1857 – 50% 9 months
    1907 -45% 10 months
    1917 -40% 13 months
    1937 -46% 9 months
    1957 -20% 3 months
    1977 -20% 17 months
    1987 -36% 2 months
    2017 ??? ???
    There are some interesting theories about why the decline that started in 2007 saw its worst phase in 2008 and therefore not included here…

    • Alex February 22, 2017, 11:03 am

      the problem with VIX is that it has been proactively smashed to keep the market afloat, that’s not complacency, that’s intentional manipulation = sadly, the deep pockets want this market higher, that’s what worries me. There’s no organic buying, not heavy one at least, but no selling pressure whatsoever either. They want this market higher, but why?

      • Verne February 22, 2017, 7:59 pm

        Another ptobable sign of a topping process, namely, the notion lf central bank invincibility. The fact that VIX is commonly referred to as the “fear gauge” frequently causes a dangerous conflation in the minds of some, of fear with risk. The absence of the former, in no way necessarily implies the absence of the latter. Oh yes, I know. T9he extended duration of the bankster fueled frenzy have quite a few convinced…

  • Joe February 21, 2017, 8:42 pm

    Wave 3 should be the longest and strongest wave .
    Feb 26 th as a high concerns me with my bullish view
    March 7-28th I still favor as a low of sorts
    June a cycle high
    August a cycle high
    Oct as a cycle high is still preferred
    The top in 2007 was the peak of a very large 3 peaks domed house pattern
    The decline in 2008 began from a secondary high .
    The entire move back then was textbook George Lindsay .
    What’s going on this year has a touch of 1987 as well as 1927
    And a little 1957 all wrapped in one .
    Step back and take a broader view .

  • Joe February 21, 2017, 11:17 pm
  • LizH February 22, 2017, 8:45 am

    I do see the ending diagonal in ES one-hour chart from Feb. 7. It just recaptured it after the fade pre-market. I think it will just spin around the 2357 to 2363 area until FOMC minutes at 2pm.

    • LizH February 22, 2017, 8:47 am

      Sorry. I meant Feb. 8.

    • Dave February 22, 2017, 5:13 pm

      Nice catch Liz, I am looking at the same thing.

  • Dimitri February 23, 2017, 2:21 am
    • Alex February 23, 2017, 5:31 am

      He’s been calling for a crash for months…just saying…

  • Ed February 23, 2017, 4:51 am


    Any additional thoughts as we get a little more into your “turn window”? Should the cycles and vibrations you see take over by the end of February? Not attempting to put you on the spot! Not looking for trading and investment advice. I have been interested in what you are doing since you first posted. Thanks!

    • andré February 23, 2017, 12:45 pm


      My mother died yesterday. She was 93 so I am at peace with it. But right now I have a lot of things on my mind. Just give me a few days.

      • Ed February 23, 2017, 12:57 pm

        Sorry for your loss! Prayers sent!

      • John February 23, 2017, 1:16 pm

        My condolences with your loss Andre.

        All the best.

      • amb February 23, 2017, 3:48 pm

        May you find comfort and healing in the good memories of all the great times you shared together. Best wishes to you.

      • Valley February 23, 2017, 5:22 pm

        Condolences, look forward to your return.

      • Star February 23, 2017, 9:53 pm

        Condolences to you and your family!

      • jaze February 24, 2017, 2:06 am

        André, my condolence to you. Peace and harmony with you. Jaze

      • p February 24, 2017, 2:18 am

        Conndolences to you André.

  • Joe February 23, 2017, 6:28 pm

    Nvda appears to have 5 waves down
    The pullback looks to be in the nasdaq .
    21230 is resistance on the cash Dow .
    Wether it’s tests this level or not I tend to think not .
    Support short term becomes 20680 and below that 20130 .
    Semiconductors and the nasdaq is where I’m seeing weakness .
    This implies to me that the leaders on the way up are leading to the downside
    Presently . Feb 26th -27 as a high creates issues . March 6th 7th also concerning since
    They are anaversary dates from March 2000 highs as well as March 2009 lows .
    March 2 should be a wide ranging day . March 21 – 28th should ideally produce a low .
    I have not had time lately to put it all together yet things not looking bullish from what I’m seeing .
    The 104 level on the US dollar is the 4th wave of the previous 3rd ( was the waves down from the
    2000-2001 peak )
    Bottom line: were at an inflection point and short term it’s looking bearish .

  • luri February 24, 2017, 6:45 am

    so, as an exercise in ‘consistency’ – i will post the same two charts, intermittently. i will leave all the lines ‘untouched’, and y’all can make bets on how soon the charts must be chucked into the bin of unusable charts……

    and as a aside, “andre – i am sad to hear your mom passed. she was obviously a great lady, because she left her mark of greatness in you!, and we all thank her for that…..” 3PDH RUT

  • andré February 24, 2017, 9:28 am

    Want to thank everybody for the warm responses. Tuesday she’ll turn into ashes. Until then this is all I can think about.

    Have a nice weekend.

    • Dave February 24, 2017, 5:49 pm

      Take your time Andre, all the best to you !

  • Peter Temple February 25, 2017, 11:09 am

This website is for educational purposes relating to Elliott Wave and natural cycles. I welcome questions or input about Elliott Wave, cycles analysis, or astrological input relating to any market. Due to a heavy schedule, I may not have the time to answer questions that relate to my area of expertise.

I reserve the right to remove any comment that is deemed negative, disparages the Elliott Wave Principle, is otherwise not helpful to blog members, or is off-topic. Posting trade specifics does NOT serve an educational purpose, is stongly discouraged, and such comments may be removed.

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