S&P500 Daily Chart
Strong Uptrend: Pullback to 100 dma
= Buying Opportunity?
The support of 100 dma working since last 12
THE BIG QUESTION
Will Bulls come and buy the
dips near 1760-1775 band OR
Are we looking at deeper
What IF: There is a deeper correction
Trading Rule: When an Index fails to hold
established support – it falls to next level of
When markets are in strong Uptrend: there
is tendency of False Breakdown i.e. Create
Panic, Bounce Back and Resume Uptrend.
It means S&P500 can breakdown below 100 dma
and then bounce back and resume uptrend. This
is where it becomes tricky
S&P500 Weekly Chart
Next established level of Support: 50
In 2012: S&P500 used to hold 50 week ma as support
If S&P500 breaks down below 1760-1775:
then it can collapse to levels of 1680 i.e.
50 week ma and still be in Bull Market
Breakout Bull Market
S&P500 managed a stunning breakout
when it moved past Double top
resistance of 1540 which indices held
for 12 years
The Big QUESTION
The Breakout Level of 1540 is now the
rock solid support level for S&P500.
Can indices correct 16% from 1850 to
test this as support?
Are we looking at Normal Healthy pullback
to 100 dma i.e. range of 1760-1775?
Are we looking at Deeper correction to test
50 week ma of 1680 as support?
Are we looking at Dramatic Sell off of
magnitude of 16% from HIGHS to test 15401560 as support?
LETS TAKE one level at a time. Right now: we need to
focus on 1760-1775 as first level of support
Trade the market as you see it
Trends Persist longer than one can imagine
Benefit of Doubt should
go to Bulls i.e. Do not
rule out False Breakdown
Corrections are Brutal
and Swift. Any
breakdown below 1760
will be sharp and swift
As always, there is risk in the market – there is no guarantee
Disclaimer - The state of the market presentation is Deepak's
perspective on the market. The presentation is purely for educational
purpose. Nothing contained herein is a solicitation to trade or a
recommendation of a specific trade. By reading this presentation you
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