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DAX 30 & CAC 40 Technical Outlook: Only in Bounce Mode for Now

DAX 30 & CAC 40 Technical Outlook: Only in Bounce Mode for Now

Paul Robinson, Strategist

DAX 30/CAC 40 Technical Highlights

  • DAX bouncing from oversold, could set up H&S pattern later on
  • CAC alleviating recent oversold, looking to fill at least one gap

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DAX 30 bouncing from oversold, could set up H&S pattern later on

The DAX 30 sold off to the around the 200-day and June low on Tuesday, and since then it is holding so far with a bounce beginning to develop. It is helping that the world’s largest stock market – the U.S. – is finding its footing around some key support levels.

An oversold bounce at this juncture is the expected, but it is not anticipated to mature into a full-blown rally that leads back to year highs. It is still a scenario at this time, but with a bounce the prospects of a head-and-shoulders top dating back to May will come further into view.

There are a couple of gaps that could get filled along the way, with the Monday gap up to 11872 looking like it will get filled here shortly. The gap from last week could also get filled, but it will likely take a bit of time to extend up to the 12253 fill point.

A rally, though, over the 12k-mark would help post a solid-looking right shoulder, but not necessary. A weak, flattish-looking right shoulder could result as well and still set up the topping pattern all the same. For now, counter-trend longs are in play but likely to prove difficult if indeed this up move is only a retracement.

DAX 30 Daily Chart (H&S potential is there on a bounce)

DAX 30 & CAC 40 Technical Outlook: Only in Bounce Mode for Now

DAX Chart by Tradingview

CAC alleviating recent oversold, looking to fill at least one gap

The bounce in France is taking shape with a bit more vigor so far and has the 5359 gap well in focus right now. The December trend-line will be targeted after that, followed by gap levels (see chart). The prospect of a topping pattern isn’t as clear as it is for the DAX, but if the German market does indeed top and drop the CAC will follow. Keep an eye on further developments out the DAX for cues.

CAC 40 Daily Chart (gap-fill, t-line ahead to watch)

DAX 30 & CAC 40 Technical Outlook: Only in Bounce Mode for Now

CAC 40 Chart by Tradingview

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