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Friday, 7 October 2016

Closing Window

Today is the last day of the high window on SPX, and bulls have missed a couple of decent opportunities to break this up. With ES trading at 2151, the weekly pivot at 2154 was clearly never converted to support. If we are going to see a break up from this triangle then today is the last likely day to see that, and it's not looking that promising at the time of writing.

Support levels to watch today on SPX are the 50 hour MA at 2159/60, the daily middle band at 2153, and triangle support at 2144/5. If we see a break down through 2144 then the chances are that break will follow through to the downside, and our expectation is that the downtrend that may already have started will likely dominate the remainder of October. SPX 15min chart:
Same setup on ES. ES Dec 60min chart
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