SPXL - Feb 11th Tech Analysis on 1hr trend lines - bulltrap?

SPXL - S&B Bull Triple Bull Trading Instrument - Feb 11th Tech Analysis

The SPXL is the S&P triple bull. It could be argued that it provides a magnified view of the S&P as it is leveraged on the bull side with SPXS providing the counterbalanced bear trading instrument. The December and January trend lines provides a clear view of the magnificent bull run which was broken on January 30th 2018. The higher highs, higher lows trend was broken without a doubt.

The pullback was to be expected. Support levels at $51.40 were tested during a few trading periods and broken on Feb 2nd 2018 down to $50.84 which gave the bears control.

The bearish trends lines are now established with lower high, lower lows. At times, we are seeing a surge in bull activity although unless the bulls can break the pattern this week, we can expect the bears to continue the savage, but well needed, pullback.

It important to note the volume on bearish days is significant and the volume on bullish days indicates that bulls are more timid and undetermined than bears. Unless the bulls on the S&P can return on Monday and Tuesday with conviction, this 1 hour trends charts on the SPXL seems to indicate SPXS might be the trade to consider for February 12th 2018
Trade active: Unsurprising show of strength by bulls this morning continuing from late Friday. Hitting downtrending trendline. Unless bulls can puncture that with conviction, the 1 hour bullish candles aren't confirmed, neither are the 4 hour candles. Trade with care here, so far, it appears to be a bulltrap. We need to break that downward trend line to feel comfortable on SPXL. Sidelines for now. Conditions are just too volatile to have convictions either way. SPXS as seen this morning can be too difficult to trade IMHO.
Great review. Is there a support you are suggesting? maybe one more day drop? it looks like support might have been around that 37$ mark though. thoughts????
JustCharts jarroddewan101
@jarroddewan101, look at my commentary on SPX, 2500 S&P will be the next big support but I haven't converted to what that is on SPXL support / SPXS resistance.
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