S&P 500: Downside Target

If the analysis is correct and the S&P’s completing a terminating wedge, then we have a downside target.

The measured move is around 330 – 333. Reaching that level would put the SPY down about 16% from all-time highs.

If that happens, expect the usual suspects (the financial press) to say, ‘well, a bear market is 20% or more … so we’re good’.

Let’s see how that works out.

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