Kevin Haggerty


Kevin Haggerty, Connors Research

About Kevin Haggerty

From 1990 to 1997, Kevin Haggerty served as Senior Vice President for Equity Trading at Fidelity Capital Markets, Boston, a division of Fidelity Investments. He was responsible for all U.S. institutional Listed, OTC and Option trading in addition to all major Exchange Floor Executions. For a free trial to Kevin’s Daily Trading Report, please click here.

It Is Imperative You are Cognizant of the Fib and Pi Symmetry in Play

Kevin Haggerty

The SPX finished +11.4% on the year to 2080.35, with the leader being the QQQ at +19.2% The index made its 2014 and cycle high at 2093.60 on 12/29, just 2 days in front of the 12/31 8.6 cycle Pi time symmetry date The Pi date is measured from the 3/6/09 bear market 667 low [Read More]

A Market of Many Knee Jerk Headline News Reactions and Rumors

Kevin Haggerty

The Central Banks cumulative SPX performance has the index up +12.4% YTD [H/L] and +14% from the 10/15/14 1821 low, which was reversed by the central bank manipulators following a -9.8% decline from the 2019 9/19/14 high [interesting timing I would say] The market is obviously in the strong seasonal period, but I don`t think [Read More]

Market Knife Down in Pi Time Symmetry

Kevin Haggerty

In the previous commentaries I said that there was a significant long term Pi time symmetry date in the first week of Sept, and I also included excerpts of that data in the previous commentary The NYA (NYSE Composite) made a bull cycle high at 11,108 on 9/4/14 and has declined -11.0% (so far) to [Read More]

September Market Symmetry

Kevin Haggerty

In the previous commentary I said the current long term time symmetry date was in the first week of September, and that you could read it in the Trading Service commentary for 8/25/14 with a free 1-week trial to the Service. I have included several excerpts of that commentary today. “Next week is month end [Read More]

Trade Strategies That Have Symmetry


The SPX declined -4.3% from the 1991.4 7/24/2014 high to the 1904.8 low on 8/7/2014, which was the 3rd pullback to the 100-DEMA zone in 2014. The index only closed one day below the 100-DEMA and has since reversed +5.2% in 13 TD`s to todays 2004.8 intraday high at 11:15AM EST. The current market reversal [Read More]

Trading Symmetry, Sequence and Probability


The SPX made a 7/3 pre-holiday marked up new cycle high at 1985.59, followed by a decline to 1952.86 last Thursday, which was accelerated by the Portugal Bank nonsense relative to the US market. However, it provided intraday, an extended volatility trading opportunity relative to the significant SPX discounted NYSE opening, and this commentary will [Read More]

Current Time Symmetry

Kevin Haggerty

The IWM and QQQ declined -10.7% and -8.4% from the cycle time symmetry in the first week in March, while the SPX decline from that zone and subsequent high was only -4.4% to the 4/11/14 1814 low at the 50DEMA The QQQ has bounced back to its early March high from just above its 200DEMA [Read More]

Market Symmetry Part Two

Kevin Haggerty

The QQQ and IWM made new bull cycle highs on 3/7/14, which was the anticipated 8.6 cycle time period symmetry, as you were aware of from previous commentaries. The symmetry was 60.2 mo`s, which is 7 x 8.6, and it was confirmed by an O/B condition so the reversal probability was high. The QQQ, following [Read More]

March Time Symmetry

Kevin Haggerty

In the previous market commentary, I mentioned that the SPX had consolidated at the 100DEMA 1771 zone for five days in the last week of Jan, but obviously took that zone out with the double bottom low at 1737.92 on 2/5/14. I also said that “There is some significant time symmetry in the first week [Read More]

Trade What is, Not What Should Be

Kevin Haggerty

The SPX was -3.6% in January and has now declined -6.1% so far from the [1/15] 1851 high to the 1737.92 low last week [2/5]. The index had consolidated at the 100DEMA 1771 zone for five days in the last week of January, but obviously took that zone out last week with a double bottom [Read More]

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