Does S&P 500 Kissing Underside of Dual Resistance Mean the Market Is Topping? -
Friday , 4 December 2020

Does S&P 500 Kissing Underside of Dual Resistance Mean the Market Is Topping?

Is the S&P kissing the underside of “Dual Resistance” for the first time in history? Looks like it! Does that mean the market is topping here? It’s too soon to tell.

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  • The S&P has remained above the rising support line (1) for nearly 9-years…
  • The rally off the lows around Christmas has the S&P “kissing the underside of line (1)” for the first time.
  • At the same time, it finds itself testing line (2), which is the highs of last year.
  • While kissing the underside of both lines, it is kissing the underside of falling momentum as well at (3).

A breakout above potential resistance at (3) is bullish for stocks BUT selling pressure will get underway as it kisses these potential resistance points at (3).

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