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Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Some Writing On A Wall Somewhere

Well it's been a while but something interesting finally happened on equities today with an AM high that died into a halfway decent decline. Rising support on SPX from the late December low was broken and we may well now be in the topping process for a larger retracement before subsequent higher highs.

This one is mainly interesting because if seen this should deliver a decent buyable dip, but that would be interesting to see. The high after that dip might be more interesting for a swing trade. Intraday Video - Update on ES, NQ and TF + others:
It's a measure of how strong this move up has been that a 40 handle pullback failed to reach the 50 hour MA on SPX, now at 2756. If this move is topping out, the obvious topping sequence would be a retest of the high and marginal new ATH before a move to test rising support from the November low, currently in the 2712 area. SPX 60min chart:
I've posted my full intraday video as I aim to do that once a week. Normally I'll just be posting the equity index section. 

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