Stock market Indices technical analysis 11/10/2016

Stock market Indices technical analysis S&P500, DAX, CAC, NIKKEI, NASDAQ

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S&P 500 has reversed short term downtrend to the upside and is now targeting again 2200-2250 zone. Support is 2130 and SL on longs should be below this level.


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We had a retest of 10250-10380 zone and small bounce is possible here. We are in the middle of the range 10250-10700 and waiting for a price action signals. Price action is now bullish targeting 11500 higher at least.




CAC 40 is positioned to the upside but as it can be seen on a  chart we need a break above 4600 for upside momentum to gain traction. Taking this range into consideration we are standing aside until we have a break above 4580




Nikkei is approaching 1750 level of a definite break point to the upside. SL on longs should be below 1670. Buying on a clear break of 1752.




The Index now has to overcome 4840 level for the upside to continue. Strong support is 4650. Rejected from 4840 level again and we could see a stronger downside correction with a break point at 4650. Waiting for a reaction from 4650-4700 zone. Bouncing from this strong support zone but is still in a range between 4650-4780. Standing aside.


We expect USD uptrend now to continue after short term correction is over and we are bullish now on stock market indices.

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