Spiral Calendar Charts For S&P500, Nasdaq-100, Gold, Oil and AAPL July 1st, 2016

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Updated spiral calendar charts for S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Gold, Oil and Apple Computer as of July 1st, 2016. Please click on each chart to see a full HD-size chart.

S&P500 Spiral Calendar Chart For July 1st, 2016

The spiral clusters in the S&P 500 in the second half of June hit the high one the nose, but were two days late on the lows. Looking forward the next spirals are on Wednesday and Thursday and may be the top of the post-Brexit bounce, or they may mark the bottom of the first pullback in an uptrend.

July 1st, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P500

Nasdaq 100 Spiral Calendar Chart For July 1st, 2016

Nasdaq-100 spirals hit the pre-Brexit low and the high on 6/23.

July 1st, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For Nasdaq 100

GLD Spiral Calendar Chart For July 1st, 2016

GLD made a short term high one day before the cluster on Friday June 17th. There are clusters on Monday and Tuesday that may be another top (note that these charts average US holidays over the entire year).

July 1st, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For GLD

OIL (USO) Spiral Calendar Chart For July 1st, 2016

USO has a spiral cluster on July 7th.

July 1st, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For OIL (USO)

AAPL Spiral Calendar Chart For July 1st, 2016

AAPL declined as expected from the early June high but the clusters have not aligned this month.

July 1st, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For AAPL

If you don’t understand the charts – see the posts here and here .

A note on the staircase red and green lines appearing on this months charts which are volatility stop lines. A green up-stepping line is drawn beneath the price when the move is bullish and a red line is drawn above when the market declines. The distance from the closing price to the stop line is a multiple of the recent average true range – three times ATR(14) for bull moves and two times ATR(14) for bearish ones. If the market closes beyond a stop line then the stop applies at the next open. This avoids getting stopped out on wild intraday swings (like spike bottoms).

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