Stock market Indices technical analysis 2/21/2017

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

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S&P500 has broken above 2260 and reached the 2300 target. Strong upside support now is 2260 level and invalidation of the medium-term uptrend only on a break below 2225. The instrument has reached 2300 target and now we look at the upside extension into 2400. SL on long trades at 2270.



The instrument has broken above 11620 consolidation cap level and has reached 11850 level. To finish the upside perfect extension it needs to hit 12040 level. Strong support now is 11500-11650 zone. Look for long opportunities here on a bounce from uptrend line, for now, with SL below 11600. No change in view, we have a test of 11800 the recent high for the continuation upside.



The instrument broke above broadening wedge between 4700 and 4900 level. Only long trades are preferred now with SL below 4800 targeting 5300. We have the retest of a recently broken wedge for the upside continuation. Targets are 5000 and 5150.


The instrument is bouncing from the strong support zone 188-190 and we need a near-term break above 195 for the upside extension. Look only for long trades as long as the instrument is above 188.40 level. The instrument is testing 194 level for the upside continuation targeting 200.



The instrument is reacting from broken new high 5024 level and as long this level hold look for long trades with SL below 5100 targeting 5300. The instrument is now approaching 5300 target. New long trades only on a daily close above this level and SL on existing trades should go to break even now. After the break of 5330 target now is 5450. SL on long trades below 5280.



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

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