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S&P’s 2900 Might Not Hold for Long

near-term picture remains the same, S&P consolidates near the important sentiment 2900 mark as we’re heading into the quarter-end. Several short-term indicators are pointing toward further weakness, suggesting that S&P’s 2900 might not hold for long. A failure to hold above key price level indicates a change in sentiment and a much deeper pullback should be expected

SPDRs Report

Good Morning. This is Capital Essence’s U.S. Market ETFs Trading Map – SPDRs Sector Report for September 28, 2018. Editor’s note: this column was originally published on Capital Essence’s CEM News. It’s being republished as a bonus for the loyal readers. For more information about subscribing to CEM News, please click here. Below, daily, weekly …[read more]

S&P Broke Minor Support but Downside Risk Could be Limited

S&P broke minor support on Wednesday. When supports broke it means that buying pressure has finally been exhausted. The stronger the support level, the more powerful the selloff. Nevertheless, support is strong near the 2900 zone. This could help minimize downside follow-through and widespread breakdowns

SPDRs Report

Good Morning. This is Capital Essence’s U.S. Market ETFs Trading Map – SPDRs Sector Report for September 27, 2018. Editor’s note: this column was originally published on Capital Essence’s CEM News. It’s being republished as a bonus for the loyal readers. For more information about subscribing to CEM News, please click here. Below, daily, weekly …[read more]

S&P Constrained by Short-term Sideways Trend

trading behavior in the S&P remains constrained by a short-term sideways pattern and shown little evidence of a sustainable change in trend. 2900 is the line in the sand. A failure to hold above that level would trigger a new sell signal and an unwelcome pickup in downside volatility

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