Outlook for Next Week
Week of February 12th, 2024
Good afternoon folks,
We had a mildly choppy and one-sided week as the market slowly drifted upwards and broke SPX 5000 - a major milestone in the S&P 500’s history. There was very little downside action and barely any dips. Shorts were burned repeatedly trying to time the top.
In the High-Roller Room, we stayed consistent and waited for the right opportunity. No need to get chopped up - just know when to hold your position and let it play out
Outlook for Next Week
I trade the S&P 500 index daily and use supply/demand levels as my main strategy. I focus on a handful of core setups within these levels (found here) which typically appear 1-3 times a day. I take one or two trades a day, targeting gains of 10-30 points. My objective is to maintain consistency and leverage it, rather than trying to get as many points as possible.
Here’s last week’s projection:
This week’s result:
The market went through very little pullback before climbing significantly higher and firmly breaking 5000. Most of the week was just a repeated cycle of sideways → up.
The key level for next week is 4900. Here’s my projection:
Blow-off top: The market breaks 5000, leading to a break of the overall trend structure which has been building for several weeks. Results in a swift and deadly drop. The downside risk increases drastically this week.
Parabolic: If 5000 holds, we can see parabolic action as the market heats up, moving up 50-100 points.
That’s all for this week’s outlook. All of this will be updated and executed in real-time in The High-Roller Room (click here to get access).
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