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Sergey Golubev, 2017.02.06 20:17
S&P 500 - bullish with key resistance at 2,300 (adapted from the article)
Daily price is located far above 100 SMA/200 SMA reversal area by breaking the high of the last month at 2,300 to above for the bullish trend to be continuing.
Sergey Golubev, 2017.02.18 17:54
S&P 500 - "Heading into next week, on further strength
we will look to the backside of the steeply rising November trend-line
as potential resistance; given its angle, depending on the timing, the
level comes in at ~2369-2385. On a minor dip, we will look to the Feb
’16 trend-line the market arched over last week as potential support:
Sergey Golubev, 2017.02.21 16:48
S&P 500 Technical Outlook: More of the Same for Now (based on the article)
Daily price is on bullish market condition to be above Ichimoku cloud: price broke 2351 resistance level to above for the bullish trend to be continuing.
Sergey Golubev, 2017.02.24 17:03
S&P 500 Technical Outlook: bullish ranging within 2367/2351 levels (based on the article)
S&P 500 on daily chart is located above Ichimoku cloud for the bullish market condition: the price was bounced from 2367 resistance level to below for the bullish ranging to be started.If the price breaks 2367 level to above so the bullish trennd will be resumed, otherwise - bullish ranging within the levels.
Sergey Golubev, 2017.02.26 14:06
S&P 500 - "Looking to the most important scheduled economic events in the U.S., we start the week off on Monday with Durable Goods Orders at 13:30 GMT; Tuesday holds Q4 GDP at 13:30 as well as Advance Goods Trade Balance, followed by Consumer Confidence at 15:00; Wednesday brings Core Personal Consumption Expenditure at 13:30, then ISM Manufacturing at 15:00; and to end the week ISM Services/Non-manufacturing at 15:00, followed by Yellen speaking in Chicago at 18:00."
Sergey Golubev, 2017.03.11 18:47
S&P 500 - "In the U.S., all ‘high’ impact economic events are slated for Wednesday outside of the UofM Confidence Survey on Friday. Wednesday kicks off with the February Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Advance Retail Sales figures in the earlier part of the day, but markets are unlikely to react much with the FOMC rate decision later in the day. The market is pricing in a nearly 100% chance of a 25-bps rate hike, so barring a 0 or 50-bps move, attention will be on the language of the Fed and any forward guidance."
Sergey Golubev, 2017.03.14 15:52
S&P 500 Outlook - correction with 2,371 support level (based on the article)
Daily price was bounced from 2,400 resistance to below for the seccondary correction to be started: the price is on testing the support level at 2,371 to below for the correction to be continuing.
Sergey Golubev, 2017.03.17 14:40
S&P 500: End Of Week Technicals - bullish ranging within 2390-2348 levels for direction (based on the article)
Daily price broke 2373/2380 resistance levels to above for the 2390 bnearest bullish target. If the price breaks 2390 resistance so the bullish trend will be continuing.If the price breaks 2348 support level to below on close daily bar so the reversal of the price movement to the ranging bearish market condition will be started: the price will be located inside Ichimoku cloud.if not so the price will be ranging within 2390-2348 levels for direction.
Sergey Golubev, 2017.03.18 14:38
S&P 500 - "On Wednesday, the FOMC raised rates by 25-bps as expected, and provided a glide path for rates and language in the policy statement which did little to breed a tremendous amount of volatility in equity markets. The net response by stocks was a mildly positive one, while the US dollar was punished in the absence of anything to boost expectations beyond what the market was already looking for. In the coming week, Yellen will speak on Thursday, but it is unlikely her words will be market-moving given the proximity to last week’s policy meeting. On Friday, Durable Goods Orders for February will be released."
Sergey Golubev, 2017.03.25 12:40
S&P 500 - "The economic calendar for the coming week is light with ‘high’ impact events. We have Advance Goods Trade Balance and Consumer Confidence on Tuesday; Final Q4 GDP on Wednesday; Core Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) on Friday. It’s unlikely any of these events cause a major stir in equities; the larger reactions will likely to be seen in the FX/rates space."