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S&P (ES) Higher Time Frame Analysis

C2 Systems such as GALEFORCE, HYPERSTATE incorporate multiple time-frames for trading decisions but never a really higher time-frame such as the Daily or Weekly charts. However some of the underlying algorithms can be applied to say Daily Charts to obtain a pulse on where things stand or may evolve from a big picture point of view spanning multiple months or years in advance potentially.

In the below S&P (ES) Chart (proprietary indicators) there is one central (cyan) line that is in essence the fulcrum for the S&P (ES) market, one discovery about markets using this indicator is markets oscillate up and down through all these lines with the central cyan line acting as sort a mean value that attracts price back towards it especially whenever the market travels to the extreme outer lines. The extreme range stands between 3343 (top) down to 491 (bottom-most line) at the moment (02/25/2020)

As of 02/25/2020 S&P (ES) is near the extreme upper outer line (3343) just breaking down below it, the next line is at 2986 is a good exit target area for folks who managed to be Short around 3350 A worst case scenario over the next 6-12-24 month time-frame is continued breakdowns at the key lines 2986, 2630, 2273 towards that central cyan mean value of 1917

For someone bullish minded instead of buy now, waiting for a rebound that exceeds 3343 (top most line) would be smart or could try a rebound play at 2986 area.

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