Selling previous support on SPX.

OANDA:SPX500USD   S&P 500 Index
US500 - Intraday - We look to Sell at 3834 (stop at 3889)

The medium term bias remains bearish .
We can see no technical reason for a change of trend.
A firmer opening is expected to challenge bearish resolve. Resistance is located at 3840 and should cap gains to this area.
We look to sell rallies.

Our profit targets will be 3701 and 3680

Resistance: 3840 / 4150 / 4320
Support: 3700 / 3280 / 2475

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