I will be posting all HW I can display on tradingview that only goes back to around 1987 approx. Here are the rules for Hyperwave formation.
General Observation - All Hyperwaves are related to global macro economic phenomena, that will be apparent in the examples.
Chart parameters. All Hyperwaves are constructed on a weekly linear chart. Only weekly closes are used to form . This is critical.
Phase 1 - All price action is below a horizontal line for the particular asset for a number of years, generally between 5-10.
Phase 2 - All Price action is above an angular that begins after a break through the Phase 1 horizontal line. Phase 2 generally lasts from 2-5 years.
Phase 3 - The excitement builds - All Price action is above an even steeper angular picking up momentum before the extreme Phase 4, Phase 3 generally last 1-3 years.
Phase 4 - The New Paradigm - All price action is above an extremely accelerated weekly , it literally almost goes straight up, as straight up as you can go on a chart. The break on this on a weekly closing basis is the absolute exit point and one must step aside no matter how . What follows next is the crash/correction.
Phase 5 - The Crash - All price action is below a weekly during the crash/correction phase. If one does not get out in time there is reason to hold on here because there is one last chance to get out without giving back so much profit made in Phase 4. Once this down is broke, Phase 6 begins.
Phase 6 - The Bull Trap - All price action is again above a that broke through after Phase 5. Absolute critical rule, the peak of Phase 6 will never reach the prior peak of Phase 4. Once price breaks this final Phase 6 line it will begin Phase 7.
Phase 7 - The beginning of the end. All price action will be below weekly down , however unlike straight lines used for all prior phases, the Phase 7, generally the longest in terms of time lasting several years, will fan out the further out in time you go. The main point of the Phase 7 is that it almost without exception, will return price all the way back down to the beginning below the Phase 1.
The Nasdaq HW did not return all the way back to Phase 1, which makes it special, but also makes this extremely important for the next chart, which is maybe the first of its kind, a HW within a larger HW structure. See Next chart.
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