The S&P 500 today versus the Nikkei in 1990

SPCFD:SPX   S&P 500 Index
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Hi Jesse, Looks good, but I think your amplitude for the Japanese market is a little off. The bottom you are showing in May should be down closer to 1800... ;]
Wooow you are good ... can u make a fractal chart waves for dax and dow???
Looking interestingly similar so far Jesse. I reckon it may prove v similar but the twist will be some QE again to stop the drop continuing late Summer - for a blow off top next year?
Hi Jesse, could you image do share the script, to compare two charts of different timeframes (like your chart)? Many thanks in advance for your feedback.
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I've been very much promoting the idea that the current market is more akin to 1990 japan than markets in 1987 so great to see this comparison. I was working in Tokyo when the market crashed and it took many by surprise in terms of the ferocity of the sell off once it got going. Lets see if something similar begins to take place in the S&P. Regards John
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@sociotrade, I think you have the right of it. 1990 was a Grand Super Cycle Top for the Japanese, whereas 1987 in the US was a cycle wave correction within a Super Cycle Bull Market. IMHO, I think we are in just the beginning of the A-Wave of a Grand Super Cycle Correction.... Hold on to your Shorts... ;]
Hi Jesse, how much work do you think a serious dollar deval can do to keep SPX afloat?
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