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Elliott Squawk Newsletter

Elliott Squawk delivers thorough market preparation every morning in time to take action during the trading day. By combining up-to-the-minute futures activity with traditional end-of-day analysis from cash indices, you receive analysis based on the latest conditions as the trading day sets to open.

Each issue of Elliott Squawk goes beyond traditional Elliott Wave analysis because we recognize that trading Elliott Waves is much more than just looking at the most likely current count. Squawk will prepare traders to assess the market action as it unfolds by answering questions that any Elliott Wave trader should consider:

  • What price levels and wave motions would confirm an expected move?
  • What price levels would make an alternate scenario more likely?
  • What technical indicators should be watched throughout the day to interpret wave action?
  • What intermarket movements merit special attention to understand likely price trends?

Markets Covered:

Each day Elliott Squawk will update the outlook for the following markets:

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average
  • YM e-Mini Dow Futures
  • The S&P 500
  • The EUR/USD cross
  • The U.S. Dollar Index
  • U.S. Treasury bond futures

From time-to-time when circumstances warrant, Squawk will present analyses of other markets that help interpret wave action in a covered market. For example:

  • If S&P 500 and Dow counts are ambiguous and NASDAQ behavior helps identify the likely next move then NASDAQ analysis will be presented.
  • If the EUR/USD count is ambiguous and the USD/CHF cross helps us to understand what might happen then we’ll present the intermarket analysis the Squawk subscribers.

At the end of the day Squawk subscribers will receive a brief market recap that summarizes how the day’s events compared with expectations and what issues are likely to be analyzed in the following morning’s Elliot Squawk.

About the Analysts

Kevin McEwen and David Starr are best known to First Wave chat room participants as Kevy99 and Managematics and by their reputation for their Elliott Wave counts that have predicted market turning points. Kevin has been counting Elliott Waves for 28 years, successfully forecasting market moves in virtually every financial environment. David brings together talents in financial market analysis and software development to his wave counting. He has authored many of the studies used by First Wave Traders as well as a number of proprietary studies to aid in counting waves.

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6 Responses to “Elliott Squawk Newsletter”

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    David, Thanks for the video. Do you think todays action may be the top? I have been out of market for 2 weeks due to knee replacement. Looking to short at top of wave 2 or there abouts. Have had a great last 3 months trading proifits.
    best regards

    Tom Mohon

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      Glad to have you back. Amazing what they can do with those knee replacements. I was visiting my mom in January helping while she recovered from having both done at once. I hope you’re running marathons again soon.

      I will continue to watch all the scenarios to see what develops. Nothing in the Friday sell-off has us thinking that we’ve turned down without putting in a new high. So while I’m open to all scenarios, I would keep looking to see if we get a new high first. Based on the strength of Thursday’s move, it is actually looking possible that we could see a five-wave move to a new high and have that mark the end of the advance. We went through this scenario and contrasted it with the others with key signals to watch in Friday’s squawk.


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