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ES #F Demand for 6th consecutive day and mixed signals
The daily chart of the S&P 500 mini futures contract above shows our proprietary SUPPLY and DEMAND Dashboard and BXB (Bar by Bar) Signals using data from the NYSE.
Demand for the 6th consecutive session, but ES gained only 1.00-point on Friday. Demand dominated 11 of the last 12 sessions. It looks if the upward movement is fading. The Supply/Demand algorithm is still Bullish, but the daily signals turned Bearish again. The pullback expected has not materialised as yet. The Comparative strength tool is also at the “blue line”, and can lead to weakness, when crossing the line downwards. Volume is also fading.
Resistance to the upside is identified at 2603.00, 2625.00 and 2676.00.
We expect the market to make a pullback on Monday. Should the market trade downwards, it is difficult to say how deep the down move might go? Our support zones are at 2546.00, 2529.00, 2487.50, 2456.00 and 2431.00. An unfilled gap exists to the downside in the 2478.75 to 2448.25 area, created on the 4th. (See chart below).
End of the day Signals January the 11th:
S & D Dashboard Algorithm Bullish, but the Daily Signals turned Bearish
These readings are an independent assessment of the one and only measureable fundamental market mover: SUPPLY and DEMAND. It does not matter if price is influenced by a geopolitical event, seasonality, fundamental economic data releases or sentiment driven news, etc. It all reflects in Supply and Demand, the “footprints” of the “Big Boys” or “Smart Money”.
Comparative strength is weakening, keep an eye on Volatility. If Supply shows up and Volatility Increases, a move down is on the cards.
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