September 28th, 2011
by David Grandey, All About Trends
Today we have three index charts (below) that illustrate a possible change in short-term uptrends. When an uptrend changes it does not necessarily reverse to a downtrend. In the three charts below we see examples of possible turning points. Follow up:
The next chart shows a stronger suggestion of a sideways channel for $SPX. In this case there is nearby strong resistance from the red line trend and from the 50-day moving average.
Follow up:In the first case ($COMPQ) we see the break to the downside of an uptrend (pink lines) with the prices now falling within a wider uptrend channel (teal lines). The red and blue lines show the major support and resistance levels that might in coming days (or longer) define a sideways channel.
The third chart shows a different variation on the possible trend change theme. The Russell 2000 is now torn between the recent short-term uptrand and a longer term downtrend.
The next several trading days will go a long way toward defining if the trend changes show any follow-through. Next week the picture will be a lot clearer.
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