S&P 500: A No-Nonsense Look at the 120-Point Drop
by Editorial Staff
Updated: February 24, 2020
Do you ever stare at a chart and think, "If only I knew ahead of time, I would've pulled the trigger"?
Monday's (Feb. 24) sudden 120+ point drop in the S&P 500 left most traders with that exact reaction.
However, if you subscribe to our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service, you might've had the opposite feeling.
One trading day before the sell-off -- on Friday, February 21 -- editor Robert Kelley told subscribers: Expect an "accelerating 3rd wave decline."
You may know that wave 3s are strong and fast.
Here's Friday's forecast and chart (some labels and analysis reserved for subscribers)::
Intraday Update: 2/21/2020 3:51:21 PM
... there is still a good chance that wave iii down is in play. If that's the case, then an accelerating third wave decline lies ahead...
You know what happened next -- this chart captures Monday's collapse, including the dramatic gap at the open:
When markets move this fast, you need expert guidance.
Our U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service editor Robert Kelley has 30 years of direct market experience.
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