It’s down more than 180 points. If the current uptrend line is broken, the first support is at 8000-8100 level, which could become a good base to build some long positions if the worst is over. Let’s watch closely as overall it’s oversold at this point. The V shape bounce needs some time to consolidate even we’re entering a new uptrend.
The next support is 7500, which is previous low before this last leg down.
Dow Jones Industrial Average has been up and down for the past many weeks but it appears that it has moved towards sideways. As recession has been officially announced and confirmed, how much has the market priced in all the bad news?
Certainly investors are looking for values after significant drops, but it’s not clear that if it will range bound between somewhere below 8000 and somewhere above 9000.
If it builds a long base above 8000 and consolidates the base, we may see more upside but we need to see the confirmation.
The melt down continues. We have broken 9000 level. Looking back 10 years, the support level is around 7500.
Dow Jones Industrial Average is at oversold condition, but with current credit crisis still spreading and running its course, any technical bounce is possible but would not last long.
Unless you have significant cash positions, wait in sideline. Cash is king in this juncture.
Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at the current uptrend line. Breaking down from here indicates a trend reversal. If you want t0 trade, here’s an opportunity to go long and set a stop loss somewhere below the trend line, say, 11,000.
Marching to 12,000. It will form a double top on this long term chart, which means we may see some pullback around 12,000.