Posted in Technical Analysis
By: Tom Gentile on January 17th, 2022 • 2 mins read
Look at this chart on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY):
I use the SPY to represent my view on the US equities markets, ( I use TLT for bonds, USO for oil and energy, GLD for Gold, and UUP for US Dollar).
Support and Resistance
The 470-price has been a resistance for SPY since November of last year. It broke out above that and failed to gain momentum and shortly thereafter broke below it and has once again formed a pivot high the combined, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th trade day back.
Prior to that pivot high we had a pivot low form around 460.
In order to form another pivot low at a similar price to this recent one at 460 we need to see a bullish day on Tuesday when the markets open back up. That would mean a bullish day where the markets close higher than its open and preferably more in to the bearish candle body of Thursday.
If that happened we could be looking at a double bottom support and that could lead to more follow through to the upside.
If it takes out the pivot low it would not surprise me to see it retrace to 455 as a possibly support.
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