You can find the originals and others, including daily/intraday very short term "squiggle counts" here: https://danericselliottwaves.blogspot.co...
Wilshire 5000 Monthly Chart: https://2.bp.blogspot.com/--0e5_lOUzuE/W...
Wilshire 5000 Daily Chart: https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Wj2BdwS06tA/W...
Global DOW Weekly Chart: https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-IV68kAV2P9s/W...
"Our wave count is at an inflection point. Do we head down in a Minor wave 4 or are we actually peaking for all-time?
It was a strong up day so this is a variation of possible count. Are we actually seeing the final squiggles of a major market top? EWI suggested this possibility in their Wednesday night short term update with the DJIA count. I can apply the same to my Wilshire count more or less.
The other option is that this is still Minor 4 and that an immediate drop is coming."
Is DanEric correct? Only time will tell. Please note, I did not say Short. The title even asks and frames the post as a question.
DanEric called the Gold top when the voices of Gold Bulls were calling for 2000+. The Gold Bears had been calling bubble, ancient historic relic at 1200, 1400, 1600, 1700, 1800. They were correct at 1900, but they were wrong all the way up.
The CNBC crowd and Bloomberg voices, who are mostly funded by the Wall Street vested interests will never say sell. I learned that back in 2001/2002. And again in 2007/2008.
If you want a Bullish Voice, read here: http://www.mauldineconomics.com/frontlinethoughts
All Things Bullish, by John Mauldin, August 26, 2017. He even includes an Elliott Wave count from the Goldman Sach's market technician Sheba Jafari, that was originally posted at Business Insider: GOLDMAN SACHS: This may not be the big correction that markets have been waiting for http://www.businessinsider.com/stock-market-technical-analysis-correction-goldman-2017-8
From a comprehensive view, economics, earnings & earnings growth, and valuations, I have great respect for John Hussman. Here's Hussman's most recent weekly perspective: August 21, 2017, Imaginary Growth Assumptions and the Steep Adjustment Ahead, John P. Hussman, Ph.D.
If TradingView.com had the Wilshire5000 index, or the Global Dow, I would have used either.
"This is not my work, just sharing for investors with exposure to Equities & Stock Market Exposure.
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