Chart of the Day: S&P500 (08/10/2020)
Chart of the Day: S&P500
Chart of the Day: S&P500 (08/09/2020)
Chart of the Day: German Dax (30/07/2020)
As the market awaits for the today's FOMC rate decision, S&P500 is trading at very crucial level.
As with all the major equity indices, the FTSE MIB had a very good run this far but it is now facing a very crucial point for the price level...
Following the good run since the start of the year, the German Index (DAX) is now facing an interesting resistance point.
The US index, the S&P500, has been on a resistance zone for three days between 2777 and 2792. An indecision candle has also been formed.
The year has started very well for equity markets amid cautious optimism over the prospects for a trade deal between the U.S. and China. ..
As we enter 2019, I wanted to look back and review last year which will be surely remembered for a roller-coaster year in the markets....
During the past couple of weeks we have witnessed a steady rise in gold prices - should we consider trading the USD Index now?
At this time of the year we would normally be speaking about the so called ‘Santa’s Rally’. This time seems different. Should we worry or this is just ...
Trade war rhetoric is weighing heavily on stock prices around the world with five major countries are currently in a bear market. Will the US follow or ..
High volatility is the highlight for 2018. What we might notice however, is that price movements which happened back in Feb are being somewhat...
After it has declined twice to area 2630, the S&P 500 re-bounded for the third time to area 2800. We now how some interesting contradictions!
When stock markets decline heavily, investors are very tempted to sell off to protect their gains or even worse sell to stop the losses from accumulating.
At the moment there seems to be two possible scenarios for the US Dollar index...click to read more.
Interesting entry point on the French Index
Let's have a look from a technical perspective at the biggest index of the world...
Head & Shoulders pattern forming up for the US Dollar index?
As we all know, past returns are not always a guide to future results however it is always interesting to look at how asset classes and sectors are doing.
Today is a start of a new month which is normally low in terms of volatility. How has the market performed over the last 50 years?