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ASX 200 Tests Support Level and Lower Bound

ASX 200 Tests Support Level and Lower Bound

Nathalie Huynh, Contributor

Talking Points:

  • Strategy: Prepare for a break out of bounds, keep watch of stop loss
  • A breach would give leeway to downward reversal
  • Strong downward momentum likely persists

The ASX 200 was fast to approach a support level and lower bound of range at 5074. A break out of bounds would open up the area below that and increase chances of a repeat of the 4754-5074 range.

Downward momentum has built up strongly which may continue until next week. The ASX remains vulnerable on the downside, with only a weak support level at 5035 to hinder lower moves.

Traders with long positions should keep a close watch of support and exercise their stop loss if necessary. The same goes for investors who positioned for range trade. On the other hand, a break out of bounds might lead to a downward reversal and present opportunities to enter short positions.

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--- Written by Nathalie Huynh, Strategist for DailyFX.com

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