Bayesian Probabilities Pointing To Pullback

Bayesian Probability (BP) still supports the narrative of a larger pullback in July (versus a shallow one and continuing higher into August).  Odds are at 70% to 30% at the swing trade timeframe.  

As such, BP price path work sees initial targets in the 410-420 region on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) if/when a down leg gains traction.  

Otherwise, there isn’t much to add as this short attempt has been telegraphed in this service for several quarters.  

SPY support 425-ish, resistance 430-34s. 

In metals, after we correctly booked profits and moved to the sidelines a week ago, metals are about back to where we got out.  They are looking interesting again from a probability perspective, as the basing region has not broken support.

GDX support is 32-34, resistance 38.

In oil, no changes to our swing positions as USO continues its chop beneath the 2021 highs.  If this 50-52 resistance region holds, then USO has a BP path lower to the 43-45 region.  

In the US dollar, BPs pointed to a basing region and then a move higher into 2022 (newer members see comments from several months ago).  That basing region has broken higher, but in the swing timeframe we are expecting a modest pullback/consolidation before moving higher yet again.  

UUP support is 24, resistance 25-26. 

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Luke Miller, who has developed a Bayesian timing system for trading the stock market, hosts two Bayesian timing premium services at ElliottWaveTrader.