Stocks Drop On Turnaround Tuesday As The Next Leg Lower May Have Begun

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May 25, 2021



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On May 25, the S&P 500 finished lower by around 20 basis points. The key here is that the bulls tried to rally the S&P 500 but were unable to. This seems to confirm that a 5 wave count off the May 19 lows is now complete, and we should see a drawdown back to roughly 4,120.

Russell 2000 (IWM)

It was not a good day for the Russell 2000; after failing to break out yesterday, it fell sharply today. It looks more and more like this index has further to fall from here, as it continues to struggle at the downtrend. I’m looking for roughly 2,120 next.

Biotech ETF (XBI)

The biotech ETF is very weak and is likely to lead the Russell 2000 lower. There is probably a good chance of going back to 115.60.

Boeing (BA)

Boeing looks as if it is getting ready to take its next leg up. The stock appears to take these giant leaps and then move back to the trend line. If that pattern follows suit, it could be a push up to around $295.

Roku (ROKU)

Roku’s little move higher is probably about over. I recounted the pattern, and it seems like we just finished a wave “2”. It works on a fib retracement too. So the next stop could be around $240.

Disney (DIS)

The rally in Disney is likely over, too, with its next stop completing the gap fill at $158.

Goldman (GS)

Goldman is consolidating as all the momentum continues to get sucked out of the equity. Perhaps it finally breaks lower.


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