Nasdaq Stocks > 50-day MA now at 15%, lowest reading since March 2020🩸🩸 pic.twitter.com/KmOezgSNZx— 🔲Q-Cap🔲 (@qcapital2020) October 4, 2021
Nasdaq falls >2% to the lowest level since June as rising bond yields drag mega-cap tech names lower. US 10y yields rise to 1.48%. pic.twitter.com/jVI1a4DvcC— Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) October 4, 2021
$FB had a bad day.— unusual_whales (@unusual_whales) October 4, 2021
A recent whistleblower told how $FB profited from teenage mental demise. And it was down most of today.
Interestingly, the bot's been bearish for the week.
One particularly large put, $FB 320 P 10-08, alerted 10-01, was up 448%: https://t.co/cGUzmSi07r pic.twitter.com/EdCFNWddup
Target=zone of 4200: (1) missed 4385 by 10 points, a 50% rebound, then back down again. (2) the pattern itself, in addition to a very conservative double zigzag on my chart, points to a potential w3 of W-3, aka, the CRASH LEG. (3) we are talking about 5-6% in one fast swoosh.
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Change of Character: (1) by now, you should have noticed the market has changed its character formed since Oct. 2020. (2) after a sharp zigzag decline, instead of racing to ATH, SPX set another lower low; (3) either a W-3 or a W-C, equal length of W-1/A would be 4218, 162%=4066.
The S&P 500 correction is now 5.2%, the largest correction since last November (which bottomed on the eve of the election).— Jim Bianco (@biancoresearch) October 4, 2021
FINAL WAVE DOWN COMING ⌛️— 𝕋ℝ𝕀𝔾𝔾𝔼ℝ 𝕋ℝ𝔸𝔻𝔼𝕊 🎯 (@TriggerTrades) October 3, 2021
Elliott Wave 🌊 Analysis 📊$SPX $SPY $ES_F
Bottom is not in yet ❌
Here is the link to my in-depth trade plan 📝 for the week👇
Let me hear your thoughts 👆 pic.twitter.com/IYuHzVaZwM
The S&P 500 fell 1.3% today, its 12th 1-2% decline of the year. In the median year since 1928 there are 20 daily declines of 1-2%, 3 declines of 2-3%, and 1 decline >3%. Volatility tends to cluster w/ large declines concentrated in certain years (ex: 2000-02, 2008-09, 2020). $SPX pic.twitter.com/qV8y3oRKTZ— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) October 4, 2021