The status of the daily cycle is not clear.
While the dollar formed a swing high and closed below the 10 day MA on day 22, it did not do ‘enough’ for us to label day 22 as the DCL. It has been 3 weeks and the dollar has been crawling along the 10 day MA, no doubt due to the heavy manipulation in the currency markets. So we may need to turn to the weekly chart for more clarity. (The weekly chart can be found in The Weekend Report) What is clear is that the dollar is in a daily uptrend and will remain so unless it closes below the lower daily cycle band.
It is concerning that since forming its DCL, stocks have been unable to deliver any bullish follow through.
We need to keep in mind that stocks are on month 21 for the yearly cycle. Which means that stocks are way overdue for a yearly cycle decline. Stocks formed a swing high on Friday. A close below the 50 day MA will trigger our stop. Then a close below the lower daily cycle band will end the daily uptrend and begin a daily downtrend, potentially beginning the yearly cycle decline.
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