Technical analysis of BAC's chart indicates strong levels of resistance at 18, and 15.25, the latter of which has just seen a completed double top in the past few weeks
This indicates that we should break lows and test lower, 9.9 and 8.27 (more significant) supports are supports we could test.
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GS was clear signs of buying or bullish absorption earlier this year. Early April GS pullback to test and define the number of "weak hands" that were remaining. The test produced very little selling and resulting in price finding bids into resistance.
Now that the "gap" is closed there appear to be very little demand and a weak close for the week would imply...
BAC is showing signs of Accumulation. We can first reference the "preliminary supply" (PSY) in the end of 2015 followed by a "selling climax" (SCLX). The SCLX is a sign of a stopping actions and marks the beginning of possible accumulation. The "automatic rally" is the "dead cat bounce" that allows us to identify future resistance. This was followed by...
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It's clear the market...
I am seeing bullish ascending/asymmetrical triangles forming on BAC and C, and rising wedges on WFC and JPM's hourly charts. Predicting positive reactions to economic data and interest rates in the upcoming weeks.
DFS is offering an interesting setup in the monthly, daily and 65 min charts. We can clearly see the reaction to the news has been positive and can expect continuation into the highs. Target on chart is derived from monthly price action, the stop from the daily, and we use the 65 min timeframe to get a clear picture of the price action around the news. All 3...
Traders have seen this before, and it continues to play out as the global economic climate breaks down. Although these pullbacks in the SPX are often lofty and swift, it is important to realize volume is the most import factor when considering the validity of a pullback.
Here, we can see that the move in SPY is volumeless. The entire squeeze from the Feb. 11 low...
CNBC has loved to refer the recent pullback in the SPX as the "Dimon Bottom" because CEO Jamie Dimon purchased roughly $26 million worth of JPM shares. However, it's not looking for those wanting to hold to believe in the recovery dream.
Whether investors want to believe it or not, the U.S. economic cycle is rolling over; and, considering the very high...
Looks like our favorite investment bank may be have even more of a down swing in store. This head and shoulders pattern looks pretty well defined. The current candle however is sitting on a support level around 170 but if that is breached then 150-152 may be in store. as the next stop.
Despite Yesterday's rally in the stock markets, $BAC's Bat pattern wasn't violated as the price remained inside the PRZ,
The fact that the price climbed above the Fast SMA line and created a minor uptrend line is a bullish signal but as long as the price remains below the broken major trend line and below X (18.5$) the bearish scenario is still valid.
A developing head and shoulder position of Bank of America
- A close out today below 15 would indicate a break in the cycle and a subsiqent sever sell off
- Inversely, a break above 16 would be an early sign of a bull run.
- MACD is approaching a critical inflection point as well.
Good luck & happy trading!