How to spot the end of the world (S&P) using AAPL chart

While the CNBC-driven public keeps buying the stocks because they are "still relatively cheap" the other few percent of those who understand that they are not are looking for a good entry in a short position on S&P             . While S&P             chart seems to be tracing an ending diagonal it still looks very fuzzy and the end of the ascending movement may be hard to spot in real time.

I think an alternative to analyzing the S&P             chart would be to look at our flagship and S&P             ambassador - AAPL: the last wave 5 of wave 5 is unfolding in front of our eyes. Wave 1 is over, Wave 2 is completing. Wave 3,4,5 are left. Once these are over, S&P             is likely done too. I multiplied the duration of wave 1 by three in order to assess the approximate timing of the reversal. We are likely to end at circa 144, on May 14, 5pm GMT             . It will be sunny :))
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