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S&P 500 Down, Dollar Up – Technical Analysis

S&P 500 Down, Dollar Up – Technical Analysis

Paul Robinson, Strategist

The S&P 500 remains poised to correct some more. Will be watching for either a horizontal pattern to develop or whether the old high at 4545 wants to get tested. That would be interesting as we have seen in recent history old highs get tested and hold before trend resumption.

The US Dollar via the DXY punched through major resistance yesterday on a big inflation print. This has the DXY heading higher towards a couple of resistance levels. One thing I will be watching for is whether the DXY can pull back soon and test the breakout and potentially offer up a good risk/reward long entry.

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S&P 500 Daily Chart

S&P 500 daily chart

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US Dollar Index (DXY) Daily Chart

USD daily chart

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---Written by Paul Robinson, Market Analyst

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