Short term view and war inflection point, game theory

FX:SPX500   S&P 500 Index
Using game theory and other tools: War inflection point is forming around 7/31/15 thus this will send stocks to a nice correction, which some argue is overdue.

Rise of the machine is coming, while corporate entities are slow to adopt human work-task reduction due to automated AI systems and robots, profit potential can't be ignored and it wont. This is a moving train effect, and the train has left the station. Next 5 years will be unlike any other in history.

The onset of this AI evolution will make the last industrial revolution a drop in the bucket.

True volatility has been removed by what Mr. Ben Bernanke has done, a genius in its own class. Did he foresee the coming rise of the machine? What Ms             Yellen is trying to do is make a compromise between Mr. Bernanke's policy and "normalization" - it will fail
On point.
Interesting chart. Can you point me to some explanation how you arrived with an calculation at this "war inflection point" around 7/31/15?

Here is my bearish S&P 500 chart, which is only valid if Greece defaults:
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BTW: The Renko you are using is not configured properly. Since a year has 12 months I would use period 12 not 10 on your RNK indicator which uses monthly data for the average true range calculation.
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There is a big difference between looking at the yearly trend and only a 10 month trend. I made a comparison:

Period 10 (therefore a 10 month look-back, as used on your chart)

Period 12 (therefore a 12 month look-back, how I would trade)
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I like the 10 better, as far as the prediction goes, its more then just one tool like game theory...

I also run outcomes on Iran talks, France deals, Egypt.. my cpu power to calculate everything is super low by contrast, and takes a while. I have plans to expand my CPU power soon and then I can time things. Debating rent or buy CPU time...
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I also noticed that

a) calculating it now 2 days later shows you a different Renko level, you now have to use period 9 to see something similar
b) calculating it on SPX or ES1 or SP1 instead of SPX500 also shows you other different Renko levels

Period 9 on SPX500

Period 10 on SPX500

Period 12 on SPX500


Period 9 on SPX

Period 10 on SPX

Period 12 on SPX


Period 9 on E-mini S&P500

Period 10 on E-mini S&P500

Period 12 on E-mini S&P500


Period 9 on S&P500 future, SP1

Period 10 on S&P500 future, SP1

Period 12 on S&P500 future, SP1

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one more:

Period 9 on SPY, S&P500 ETF

Period 10 on SPY, S&P500 ETF

Period 12 on SPY, S&P500 ETF

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My conclusion with much higher periods comparing all symbols:

SPX500 does not give you the optimal information. The other symbols more closely show what the SPX index trend is, while SPX500 is way off from that level.
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even one more:

Period 9 on ProShares S&P500

Period 10 on ProShares S&P500

Period 12 on ProShares S&P500
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finding all S&P 500 info :) one more

Period 9 on Direxion S&P500 3x

Period 10 on Direxion S&P500 3x

Period 12 on Direxion S&P500 3x
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