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Let Me Take You Behind The Scenes in My “SPX Prediction Machine”…

In a recent post, the headline said "My S&P Target is 2800." You are probably wondering how I got there. Well, I didn't quite get to 2800, but round numbers are nice, and I got close enough that there's a reasonable rationale for expecting the S&P to get there. The actual technical target range was a little lower. Here's how I got there...and why you should be prepared for the S&P to get to 2800 and know what to do when it does.
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