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The S&P500 index had a strong recovery last week as price surged from October lows. In which we saw the index gained by as much as 9%. Now price has been trading downwards ever since, indicating a pullback. In addition, there is also a sizable GAP that has yet to be filled back in October. Thus, look for a continued pullback before a another bull swing occurs. ...
Intraday target: $2570
SP500 index- Secular bullrun since 2008. Marked mostly by periods of green UpTrend lines. Punctated by short periods of consolidation in purple rectangles.
This chart looks at the trend all the way back from the great depression in 1930's.
Now I've put arrows where the resistance and support levels are and marked the RSI divergence similarities between all the recent market topping patterns beginning from 1987 then 2000 then 2008 and now in 2018.
The 2000 market topping was extremely prolonged but the divergence is ...
Do we start a retracement here? I'm not expecting much, $AAPL sucks. $SPY $QQQ $TLT $GLD $VXX
Similar to the movements of the dow, we now most likely will see the S&P 500 waving up (turning point: green box).
The question is: how much points will the SPX make? I think we have to decide later, if we will see a new all-time high or a massive sell-off down to complete wave 4 at 2.200 points (for further information, please check links ...
New monthly low today. Trying to get into shorts as close to VAH as possible. Will consider longs at VAL, yesterday's low and the -3 VWAP STDEV...or 2655ish below. 2752ish is the key resistance level to watch. It has held since Monday's US session.
Whats up Traders,
Looking out to first quarter next year, expecting a pull back of the SPX to the 200dMA, and the lower support channel line of the long running trend.
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S&P500 (Weekly log chart) testing long term UpTrend suport line.
SPX500 is approaching its support at 2694 (61.8% Fibonacci extension, 61.8% Fibonacci retracement, horizonal overlap support) where it could potentially rise to its resistance at 2760 (61.8% Fibonacci retracement, horizontal overlap resistance).
Stochastic (55, 5, 3) is approaching its support at 5.1%.
Printing da head and shoulders. Tomorrow could be make our break. Hard gap down would be baaaad. But for now, still long.
Spring and Phase C action, setting up for a bigger rally on the upside.
Time is here for market decision. Either we head back to new highs or we faulter going into 2019. It’s going to be an interesting Wednesday!
Another contraction. Last week = $65. Next week's Expected Move is $50. I don't like it. I don't have to like it. Why do I care? Historical volatility is still outpacing implied volatility. $50 is what we moved in 1 trading sessions last week and right now that same move is what's priced in right now spread over the whole week. I didn't like last week's $65 ...
We changed direction
The chart above is for an experiment based on peak linear regression.
The two main support zone above were established by analyzing historical movements based on regressional trends.
The 16k zone represents the possible standard deviation zone, while the one below represents the regressional mean to the peak.
The Peak Momentum indicator below establishes ...
Seems like SPX needs to load some more shorts before downtrend continuation.
Strong resistance: 2940
The chart mostly speaks for itself, but..
Signal 1: The Fed drastically lowers the interest rates. Money supply increases. Stocks inevitably go up due to there being more money in circulation.
Signal 2: The Fed notices the inflation and drastically raises interest rates. Money supply becomes stagnant.
Signal 3: Money supply is stagnant, however, ...