Spiral Calendar Charts For S&P500, Nasdaq-100, Gold, Oil and AAPL June 13th, 2016

Posted: June 13th, 2016 under Commodities, Predictions, Stocks.

Updated spiral calendar charts for S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Gold, Oil and Apple Computer as of June 13th, 2016. Please click on each chart to see a full HD-size chart.

S&P500 Spiral Calendar Chart For June 13th, 2016

The spiral clusters in the S&P 500 in late May and early June marked the top of the strongest move that ended on May 24th and surrounded the top on June 8th. The initial decline is comparably steep to the one off the early December 2015 high.

June 13th, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For S&P500

Nasdaq 100 Spiral Calendar Chart For June 13th, 2016

Nasdaq-100 did not have any large spiral clusters until the last week which doesn’t seem to align with any turn. There is a large cluster of 8 spirals on Friday 17th June.

June 13th, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For Nasdaq 100

GLD Spiral Calendar Chart For June 13th, 2016

GLD made a low a couple of days after pair of spiral clusters and there is also a cluster on Friday June 17th that may be a short term top.

June 13th, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For GLD

OIL (USO) Spiral Calendar Chart For June 13th, 2016

USO continued its rally into June but may have topped on June 8th in parallel with the stock market. Unusually, there are no large spiral clusters in the next month so I have included smaller spirals of only 3 aligned spirals.

June 13th, 2016 Spiraldates.com Spiral Calendar Predictions For OIL (USO)

AAPL Spiral Calendar Chart For June 13th, 2016

AAPL continued its rally as expected into a nice spiral top on May 26th and has been choppy since with some spirals aligned fairly close to the turns. Maybe the corrective rally completed on the spike high on June 6th which should initiate a fairly steep decline.

June 13th, 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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  1. thanks

    Comment by cal — June 22, 2016 @ 4:59 pm

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