QUICK UPDATE: The S&P 500 (SPX) closed 20 handles higher which places the active TD Buy Setup in jeopardy as bullish price flips are close at hand. A close Tuesday above 2353.78 or even a close Wednesday above 2344.93 will neutralize the TD count. While there will be a bullish bias, all other possibilities remain open.
Tony D. on Monday, October 9, 2017 Art on Monday, October 9, 2017 Gary on Monday, October 9, 2017 Art on Monday, October 2, 2017 Gary on Monday, October 2, 2017
TD Sequential/Combo (not active)
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- SS- TD Sell Setup
- SC - TD Sell Countdown
- CS - TD Combo Sell
- BS - TD Buy Setup
- BC - TD Buy Countdown
- CB - TD Combo Buy
- -Counts are daily timeframes.
- -Numbered entries are active counts.
- -Highest count is used for competing counts.
- -Notations in “R” specify the current count has been recorded and will remain there until there is a recorded reverse TD Setup.
- EXAMPLE: If the “SS” field is populated with a number, then the dominate count is TD Sell Setup. The corresponding “SC” and “CS” cells will give the depth of the trend with counts between 1-13 with 13 signaling a possible trend reversal. If the opposite fields, “BS”, “BC”, “CB” has a “R” entry, that means those counts have been recorded but there may be a risk TD Buy Setup (BS) can “recycle” into a new count. The “R” will remain until TD Sell Setup (SS) records a 9 count.