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E-MINI S&P (H3): Bear Threat Remains Present

EQUITY TECHS
  • RES 4: 4194.25 High Sep 13
  • RES 3: 4180.00 High Dec 13 and the bull trigger
  • RES 2: 4090.75 High Dec 14
  • RES 1: 4035.25 High Jan 18
  • PRICE: 3986.75 @ 06:56 GMT Jan 23
  • SUP 1: 3901.75/3891.50 Low Jan 19 / Low Jan 10
  • SUP 2: 3788.50/78.45 Low Dec 22 / 61.8% of Oct 13-Dec 13 uptrend
  • SUP 3: 3735.00 Low Nov 3
  • SUP 4: 3670.00 76.4% retracement of the Oct 13 - Dec 13 uptrend

S&P E-Minis have found support at 3901.75, the Jan 19 low. A short-term bearish threat remains present following the pullback last week from 4035.25, the Jan 18 high. Price has traded through support at the 50-day EMA. The average intersects at 3933.04 and a clear break would highlight a potential bearish reversal and expose 3891.50, Jan 10 low. On the upside, the contract needs to clear 4035.25 to cancel any developing bearish threat.

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  • RES 4: 4194.25 High Sep 13
  • RES 3: 4180.00 High Dec 13 and the bull trigger
  • RES 2: 4090.75 High Dec 14
  • RES 1: 4035.25 High Jan 18
  • PRICE: 3986.75 @ 06:56 GMT Jan 23
  • SUP 1: 3901.75/3891.50 Low Jan 19 / Low Jan 10
  • SUP 2: 3788.50/78.45 Low Dec 22 / 61.8% of Oct 13-Dec 13 uptrend
  • SUP 3: 3735.00 Low Nov 3
  • SUP 4: 3670.00 76.4% retracement of the Oct 13 - Dec 13 uptrend

S&P E-Minis have found support at 3901.75, the Jan 19 low. A short-term bearish threat remains present following the pullback last week from 4035.25, the Jan 18 high. Price has traded through support at the 50-day EMA. The average intersects at 3933.04 and a clear break would highlight a potential bearish reversal and expose 3891.50, Jan 10 low. On the upside, the contract needs to clear 4035.25 to cancel any developing bearish threat.