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Will the Dow Jones and S&P 500 Price Reversals Hold?

Will the Dow Jones and S&P 500 Price Reversals Hold?

Paul Robinson, Strategist

S&P 500/Dow Jones Technical Highlights:

  • S&P 500 is declining out of wedge, still has room to fall
  • Dow Jones reversal-day was impressive but may not last

Check out the fundamental and technical forecast for stocks as they rise towards record highs in the Q2 Equity Markets Forecast.

S&P 500 is declining out of wedge, still has room to fall

So far this week the S&P 500 has made good on declining from the rising wedge we’ve been focusing on the past couple of weeks. Yesterday’s turnabout day, though, does bring into notion the possibility of a pause in the decline at the least, possibly a rally.

However, if yesterday afternoon’s rally is not extended quickly then the risk becomes skewed towards strength being nothing more than an intra-day bounce; even a rally from here if not strong might still turn out to be nothing more than a short-lived bounce as the forces of the rising wedge are still present and downside projected targets have yet to be met.

A drop below 2836 will significantly increase the odds that the 200-day at 2775 or worse will be reached. A hold above yesterday’s low will at the least keep the market neutral if not turn it bullish.

Traders are generally short the S&P 500, find out on the IG Client Sentiment page what this could be for prices moving forward.

S&P 500 Daily Chart (Rising wedge potential still unfulfilled)

Will the Dow Jones and S&P 500 Price Reversals Hold?

Dow Jones reversal-day was impressive but may not last

The Dow Jones posted an impressive reversal candlestick (‘pin bar’) yesterday just above the 200-day MA. If the S&P goes on to press lower towards its own 200-day then the Dow is likely to fall much further than the 200-day MA towards the 25208 low. But just as is the case with the S&P, hold onto the low and the outlook is neutral to potentially bullish.

Dow Jones Daily Chart (reversal-day, but can it hold?)

Will the Dow Jones and S&P 500 Price Reversals Hold?

To learn more about U.S. indices, check out “The Difference between Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P 500: Major Facts & Opportunities.” You can join me every Wednesday at 10 GMT for live analysis on equity indices and commodities, and for the remaining roster of live events, check out the webinar calendar.

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---Written by Paul Robinson, Market Analyst

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