Why the Stock Market Must Fall Hard Monday

By: Brad Gudgeon | Sun, Jul 30, 2017
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I have been warning for over a week now about a coming waterfall decline.  The wave counts and cycles are at the point where I believe it is a virtual impossibility for the market not to implode Monday for the biggest one day loss of the year.

This next chart shows the daily e-wave count:

SPX Daily Chart
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Now when we view the hourly chart (below), we see that we are down to the wire, the 3rd of the 3rd so to speak. Notice also the rising wedge pattern (above) with earlier false break.

SPX Triple Irregular Top Unwinding Chart
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Next we view the daily chart of the GDX and future expectations (change dates 7/31, 8/14, 9/1, 10/9, 11/6, 12/22).

GDX Daily Chart
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Next is a daily chart of the Dow Transports, which are breaking down badly and unlikely to recover with the expected new highs on the Indu, SPX and NDX August 14.

Dow Transports Daily Chart
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