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The final upswing of the Hope Rally is likely in progress (Chart 1). The fiscal-cliff related decline is likely a temporary pullback. The sell-off has now pushed SP500 to the proposed target area around 1395 based on our analysis of the potential fractal (Chart 2). See Cliff (12/21/12) for more discussions on the proposed fractal. See Market Timing Update (12/28/12) for near term tracking counts and squiggles.
U.S. 10Y Treasury note yield is wrapping up a potential zigzag decline which has lasted more than three decades (Chart 3). The proposed wave [C] of the decline in yield is likely an ending diagonal triangle as indicated in Chart 3 and analyzed in Chart 4.
It is anyone's guess when and where the proposed EDT would end. As long as 10Y yield finds its low above 46bp (0.46%), the proposed EDT survives. In reality, the recent low around 1.39% is as good a low as others, and around 0.97% is a decent spot for an overthrow as well as support.
The USD index is likely to be range bound for some time, likely as part of a larger triangle (Chart 5). A piece of supporting evidence is that the recent advance from the 2011 low counts better as a three-wave structure than a five-wave one (Chart 6). Whether the proposed triangle is bearish (Chart 5, blue) or bullish (Chart 5, green) for the green back remains to be seen - the 2012 high and 2011 low are thus key pivots.
Gold is likely in a wave  decline off its low around the turn of the century (Chart 7). Once wave  concludes, wave  should push gold to a new high.
Since the proposed wave  sell-off was deep, the current wave  correction is likely sideways based on wave structure's tendency to alternate. Chart 8 presents our primary wave count on gold off its recent major low, the 2008 financial crisis low.