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August 1, 2014
08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for the SPX. Pivot High: 1947.905, Pivot Low: 1913.435. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
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February 9, 2016
09:35 EDTSPXS&P 500 opens lower, levels to watch
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08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
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February 8, 2016
13:51 EDTSPXS&P 500 drops to new session low
The index was last at 1832.89, a new low for the session. At that price next support is at 1822.92. Resistance is at the 1840 area.
10:30 EDTSPXS&P 500 hits session lows, levels to watch
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09:39 EDTSPXS&P 500 drops, bearish pattern active
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08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
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February 5, 2016
14:10 EDTSPXOn The Fly: Weekly technical notes for S&P 500
The week has not ended well for the bulls, who came into Monday with high expectations that the bottom was in. A spate of weak earnings, mixed economic data, and differing of opinion over the timing and direction of the next Fed interest rate move all conspired to take shares down. We're now back to where we were last Thursday before the big pop up last Friday. But unfortunately that isn't quite all there is to say technically. What we have because of that peculiar big bump up is a potential bearish head and shoulders on the S&P 500 chart that is best seen on a 1-month daily chart. The 1875 level is the neckline, the point below which the pattern would be active. If price breaks that level and there is no counter-reaction higher, the pattern will be active. Downside potential for the pattern, presuming it completes, would be to the 1800 area. For the pattern to be voided would require a sustained move above the right shoulder at 1925 or better. Interestingly this bearish pattern has a corresponding, inverted, potential bullish head and shoulders on the chart of the ProShares Short High Yield (SJB) ETF. At time of writing, much like the S&P 500, it is directly at its decline at $29.55. We have seen these two charts move in contra-lock-step for much of the prior year, but the co-movement of the two seems particularly tight at the moment.
10:29 EDTSPXS&P 500 falls to session lows, levels to watch
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08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
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February 4, 2016
11:53 EDTSPXS&P 500 slides back into the red as crude price sinks
The correlation between crude pricing and stocks is continuing to be tight, with the index giving up all its gains for the day as oil goes negative. At the current price of 1908.38, support is at 1900. Resistance is at the 1920 area.
10:19 EDTSPXS&P 500 moves up off lows
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08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
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February 3, 2016
10:38 EDTSPXS&P 500 drops further, levels to watch
The index is now down over 1.5% on the day to 1872.76. At that price next support is at 1865. Resistance is at 1881.97.
10:14 EDTSPXS&P 500 accelerates to the downside
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10:05 EDTSPXS&P 500 slips below 1900, levels to watch
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08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
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February 2, 2016
13:56 EDTSPXS&P 500 hits session lows as later session trading begins
The index has hit a fresh intraday low at 1903.78. At that price level, next support is at 1888.86. Resistance is at 1918.46.
08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
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February 1, 2016
09:36 EDTSPXS&P 500 gaps down, levels to watch
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08:45 EDTSPXS&P 500: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for the SPX. Pivot High: 1963.360, Pivot Low: 1917.120. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
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