Daily Cycle Decline

On Tuesday, stocks confirmed their daily cycle decline.

Stocks closed below the 10 day MA and also broke below the daily cycle trend line to confirm that the daily cycle is in decline. The peak on day 28 assures us of a right translated daily cycle formation. With Tuesday being day 32, stocks are in their timing band to print a DCL. So once a swing low forms, it will have good odds of marking the daily cycle low.

Stocks have established a daily uptrend. If a swing low forms above the lower daily cycle band that would indicate that stocks remain in their daily uptrend and would be a signal to enter long positions.

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Still Waiting on a Cycle Band Buy Signal

Stocks have established that they are in a daily uptrend. A daily uptrend is price series that is characterized by peaks forming above the upper daily cycle band and lows (troughs) forming below the lower daily cycle band.

Monday was day 30 for the daily equity cycle, placing stocks in their timing band for a daily cycle low. While stocks have formed a swing high and closed below the 10 day MA, stocks still need to deliver a break below the daily cycle trend line to confirm the daily cycle decline.

I would prefer to see a clear and convincing break below the daily cycle trend line to confirm that the daily cycle is in decline. But we need to be ready should stocks deliver a cycle band buy signal. Since stocks are in a daily uptrend, a swing low that forms above the lower daily cycle band will indicate a continuation of the daily uptrend. Therefore the formation of a swing low above the lower daily cycle band will trigger a cycle band buy signal.

Watching for a Cycle Band Buy Signal

The daily equity cycle peaked on day 28 and formed a daily swing high on Friday. With stocks in their timing band for a daily cycle decline the swing high signals that the daily cycle decline is beginning.

While stocks broke below the 10 day MA on Friday they ended up closing above it to form a bullish reversal. This is setting up a possible cycle band buy signal. A break above 2782.81 will form a swing low above the upper daily cycle band confirming a cycle band buy signal.

While our cyclical expectation is for stocks to decline into a daily cycle low, the Advance/Decline line is delivering a bullish expectation.

The Advanced/Decline line has clearly broken out to new highs and stocks are likely to follow. So while stocks are in their timing band to seek out a DCL and formed a swing high, if a swing low forms here stocks could be setting up for a trending move.

The Mighty Dollar

The dollar ended last week forming a weekly swing high that followed the tag of the 50 week MA.

The weekly swing high signaled that the beginning of the intermediate cycle decline. This also aligned with our longer term view of the dollar declining into its 3 year cycle.

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The dollar began the day on Thursday by breaking below the day 36 low. At first it appeared that the new daily cycle was rolling over on day 4.

Then boom.

The dollar began to rally and closed near the high of the day to print a bullish engulfing candle. This extends the daily cycle decline to make Thursday day 41 of an extended daily cycle. The below the bullish engulfing candle eases the parameters for forming a swing low. A break above 94.61 forms a swing low to confirm the new daily cycle. The dollar is in a daily uptrend. It will remain in its uptrend unless it closes below the lower daily cycle band.

The dollar certainly surprised us with its bullish print on Thursday. Since surprises tend to arrive on the side of the trend, Thursday’s dollar surprise clearly indicates a bullish trend. In the Weekend report I plan to discuss what Thursday’s bullish surprise means on the longer term 3 year cycle . And what would need to happen to cause us to change our longer term 3 year cycle framework.

S.O.S. is Adding Up

Stocks printed another 248 million Selling on Strength on Tuesday.

Tuesday was day 27 for the daily equity cycle, placing stocks 3 days shy of its timing band for a daily cycle low. We discussed on Saturday how the Selling n Strength numbers have really been adding up. There was already 2.3 billion SOS prior to last Friday. And since then an additional 833 million Selling on Strength has occurred bringing the total to over 3.2 billion. So while SOS is not a precise timing instrument, the accumulation of SOS is becoming significant.

Smart money has been selling into strength in anticipation of a cycle decline. A likely trigger for the pending cycle decline is the FOMC meeting. It is expected that the Fed will increase its policy rate to 1.75 to 2.0 percent. With stocks being close to their timing band for a daily cycle low combined with the huge SOS numbers makes it likely that we will see a “sell the news” scenario sending stocks into their pending cycle decline.

About to Cross the Line

The dollar printed its lowest point on Thursday, day 36, placing it late in its timing band for a DCL. Friday’s swing low signals a new daily cycle.

The dollar needs to break above the declining daily cycle trend line to confirm the new daily cycle. And a bullish break above the declining trend line will likely send the Miners lower.

Monday was day 12 for the daily Miner cycle. So if the dollar delivers a bullish break of its declining trend line confirming its new daily cycle that will likely send the Miners lower. A break below the daily cycle trend line for the Miners will confirm the daily cycle decline. And with a peak on day 1 assures us of a left translated daily cycle formation.

So while the dollar is on the verge of confirming a new daily cycle, the dollar is nearing its timing band for an intermediate cycle decline. In my Special Report: The Dollar’s Kiss Goodbye I discuss where the dollar is on its weekly cycle. I also look at where it is on the longer term 15 year super cycle. I cover the last time the dollar delivered a Kiss Goodbye and the 151% gain that followed in the Miners – and – how the current set up is similar.

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The Dollar’s Kiss Goodbye

The dollar tagged the 200 week MA the previous week.
Last week the dollar formed a weekly swing high.
I believe that the weekly swing high is setting the stage for a kiss goodbye.

The dollar printed an early YCl in February so it ins not surprising to see the dollar form a right translated weekly cycle as it emerged from its yearly cycle low. This is only week 16 for the intermediate dollar cycle. There is plenty of time for the dollar to complete one more daily cycle to bring it in its timing band for its ICL. Therefore we are watching of a left translated daily cycle formation once the dollar confirms the new daily cycle.

The dollar is running into resistance at the convergence of the 50 month MA & the declining 20 month MA. Coupled that with the weekly swing high and you can begin to see that the status of the longer term dollar cycles are aligning for a major opportunity for the Miners

In my special Report The Dollar’s Kiss Goodbye I will breakdown where the dollar is for its longer term 3 year cycle and 15 year super cycle. Then we will look at what happened to the Miners the last time this set up occurred and then look at the current Miner charts.

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The 6/08/18 Weekend Report Preview

The Dollar

The dollar printed its lowest point on Thursday, day 36, placing it late in its timing band for a DCL. Friday’s swing low signals a new daily cycle.

The dollar needs to break above the declining trend line to confirm the new daily cycle. Confirmation of a new daily cycle will indicate that the dollar is beginning its 4th daily cycle. Which makes it likely to be the terminal daily cycle for the current intermediate cycle. Therefore we will be watching for the new daily cycle to form as a left translated cycle to usher in the intermediate cycle decline. The dollar is in a daily uptrend. It will remain in its daily uptrend unless it closes below the lower daily cycle band.

Stocks

Stocks closed at a new daily cycle high on Friday. However the over 2.7 billion Selling on Strength over the past 6 trading days warrants caution.

While stocks closed at a new daily cycle high on Friday, Thursday remains as the daily cycle peak. Unless stocks break higher, day 24 would remain as the daily cycle peak. Therefore a break below 2760.16 would form a daily swing high to signal daily cycle decline. A break below the daily cycle trend line would then confirm the daily cycle decline. Stocks continue to close above the upper daily cycle band indicating a daily uptrend. Stocks will remain in their daily uptrend unless they close below the lower daily cycle band.

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Stocks Deliver More Sell Signals

Stocks delivered more sell signals on Thursday.

Bearish divergences are beginning to develop on the oscillators. Thursday was day 24 for the daily equity cycle. While stocks printed a new daily cycle high, they also closed lower on Thursday. Stocks printed 4 consecutive days of over 2.3 billion Selling on Strength. So if a swing high forms here it would have goods odds of sending stocks into their daily cycle decline. A break below 2760.16 would form a swing high. The a close below the break out would signal the daily cycle decline. A break of the daily cycle trend line would confirm the daily cycle decline.

Deja Vu All Over Again.

Stocks once again delivered a sell signal.

Editor’s note: Tonight’s report will seem very similar to last night’s report.

Tuesday was day 22 for the daily equity cycle. The new high on day 22 assures us of a right translated cycle formation. However Tuesday was the third day in a row with a large Selling on Strength number being printed.

Over 635 million is Selling on Strength printed on Friday. On Monday stocks printed 410 million more Selling on Strength. Stocks then printed an additional 776 million Selling on Strength on Tuesday. The over 1.7 billion in Selling on Strength over the past three days continues to signal that smart money is selling into the break out.