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The 2017 has been a Bull year. Will the Bull continue in 2018?

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2017 SP500 analysis

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HOW OUR PREVIOUS BULLETINS WORKED

2015 S&P500 Forecast vs. Real Market

2015 S&P500 Forecast

 This is what I wrote in the 2015 Bulletin, one year in advance:

I see a general uptrend all through 2015. The general path is:
• a Low in January,
• possible intermediate High in February or March,
• and new intermediate Low in March. This Low should not be under the January Low, but it can be, and this is not a big deal, in any case.
• March is a month where to buy.
• The general uptrend should go on till July, where it is possible we see a stop of the uptrend.
• Little descent till August or September, and then up again.
• October, in any case, if it is a Low or if it is pushing toward new High, should be a month to accumulate because from here a new up push should work till the end of the year.

 

2016 S&P500 Forecast vs. Real Market

2016 S&P500 Forecast

This is what I wrote in the 2016 Bulletin, one year in advance:

Some words to explain better what I’m expecting:
• January should be a Low or a month where to buy.
• Up till April (possible around the 6th) and then down. Also March can be a High, but April should be around the same top in that case.
• Low in May/June, 5th-8th of June is a possible buy time window.
• The time window July/August/September at the moment is not clear, because there is the possibility to see an uptrend till the end of the year, or a sideways/weak phase till October/November where a new uptrend starts till the end of the year. (the period July-September will be studied during the year looking at the price structure).
• October-November is an accumulation period where we should see a Low. The PFS suggests October as a Low, there is a buy opportunity around the 28th of October.

I have also some dates (+/- 1 day) where we should see the beginning of up pushes, above all if they turn out to be intermediate Lows:
15/1 – 28/1 - 24/3 – 9/5 – 23/6 – 7/7 – 13/9 - 21/9 – 27-28/10 – 13-16/11 – 29/12
(here below the chart that show the short-term up pushes we forecast)

2016 S&P500 short-term buy opportunities

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