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If it's a the top, where is the bottom

BATS:SPY   SPDR S&P 500 ETF
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Thanks "andrewunknown" https://www.tradingview.com/u/andrewunknown/

Just wanted to take a look at where a normal business cycle would take the markets. Historically, bear market corrections happen at a rate which is 3-times the bull market recovery. The slopes of the two corrections and recoveries over the past decade seem to be in line. We appear to be tracking a similar recovery slope.

If this was "near" the top (this is not a top call), a normal correction (circa 2000's slope), we would see the market correct back to a level ~1210 on the S&P             , bottoming around Aug 2015. If we have use the slope from 2008 corrections, be would hit around ~1150 S&P             , June 2014. I think the first is more likely as we haven't had enough time to build up a bubble market.

(Unless maybe inflation turns on, but QE should effectively keep this in check)
(Failure in China could be a good catalyst to start a health down trend).

A nice addition to andrewunknown's original chart.
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I agree: nice work here! The implication of the original chart is that a correction of this magnitude will occur: this is a solid, well-reasoned scenario.
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