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Stops on EUR/USD and EUR/GBP longs should be tightened as charts show signs of trend exhaustion and bearish divergence, Karen Jones, Commerzbank head of FX technical analysis, wrote in a note. Click here to view the entire article.
The S&P 500 technology sector index appears to be setting up for a bullish year and a number of technical indicators suggest the sector may soon be ready to assert market leadership. Click here to view the article.
Analysis of each of the 10 S&P sectors relative to the S&P 1,500 Composite index shows that the market leader on almost all time frames, from three years down to the last three months, has been the health-care sector, shown in green on the chart at right. The discretionary sector, shown in black, accompanied the health care sector for much of that [...]
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A string of technical signals came together to time a breakout of WTI crude from its recent narrow range. Click here to continue reading sample article.
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Brent crude has been choppy during the past two years making it difficult to rely on popular technical indicators. While traders may typically choose to avoid a chart like Brent, the Geometric Rectangle annotation tool in Bloomberg can help define some lines, parameters and symmetry within a challenging, range-bound market. Click here to continue reading sample article.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index may fall as much as 8.7 percent after climbing to the upper limit of a rising channel, according to Roelof-Jan Van den Akker, a technical analyst at ING Groep NV. The S&P 500 will decline to a support level of 1,540 after it advanced to 1,709.67 on Aug. 2, Van den Akker [...]
West Texas Intermediate crude’s advance is stalling as a measure of technical momentum slows. The 14-day moving average convergence-divergence indicator has pared a premium to its signal line to the narrowest level since July 1, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. To read more, click here.