Last Thursday, March 24, the S&P made a daily close above the potential W.1 or A closing low of 1296 (June ES). As my early in the day March 24 blog post described, this is an overlap and indicates the March 16 low is a Wave-C low, potentially the end of an ABC correction although the S&P may continue in a more complex correction.
The short lookbackk OS weekly momentum at the March 16 low suggested the March 16 low would not just be temporary. The weekly momentum has since made a bullish reversal which suggests the net trend will be sideways to up for at least 2-3 weeks.
With price at the 78.6% retracement for the past few days and the daily momentum OB, we should have at least a 3-5 day corrective decline very soon but the S&P is likely to eventually continue to a new high above the Feb. high.
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Markets can and do anything but the idea is to identify conditions with a high probability outcome and acceptable capital exposure.