S&P 500 Elliott Wave Analysis, 24 August 2021
Technical Analysis Elliott Wave SP 500 [SPX] NASDAQ [NDX]
S&P500 Technical Analysis: 4500 is the next minor level of resistance, once that becomes the support then 4800 is the next level
S&P 500 Elliott Wave: Wave iii of (iii) of iii) of 5 of (3)
NASDAQ Elliott Wave: Trade long on the 15,000 (Medium Level) as the support
Russell 2000 Elliott Wave: Wave (i) or (a) upwards
SP500 TradingLevels: MinorLevel 5 4500 then Minor Group2 4650|4772|4800
SP500 Trading Strategy: Risk On
NASDAQ 100 Trading Strategy: Risk On
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Peter Mathers started actively trading in 1982. He began his career at Hoei and Shoin, a Japanese futures trading company. After learning Japanese analysis techniques, Peter moved to Sydney where he worked for various brokerage houses, furthering his practical knowledge of derivative markets.
Extending his passion overseas, Peter travelled to Britain where he studied both the UK and US markets. When Peter returned to Australia, he updated his qualifications and went on to write and deliver advanced trading workshops for global leaders in foreign exchange and derivative trading, including CMC Markets, City Index, Invast and others. As a well-seasoned trader, with an aptitude for investor education, Peter obtained the necessary licences to establish TradingLounge and offer education and trading support to traders and investors.