The Technical View – Current Support and Resistance Levels on World Markets

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This week we look at the world markets, and follow up with the single bar trade that formed a bottom on the S&P 500.  Calling these short term bottoms is one thing (which we did, hallelujah), but actually trading them is another thing entirely.  We look at how some people might manage that trade, as it unfolds.  Brilliant stuff.

We also see why the dynamic Support and Resistance of trend lines works so well – especially against the alternative of straight horizontal support and resistance.

It’s all in the video, check it out!

All Ordinaries

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S&P 500

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Shanghai Composite

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BSE 30


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Happy Trending,

– Dave McLachlan

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January 31, 2016  Tags: , , , , , ,   Posted in: The Technical View

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