Daily Price Outlook

- S&P 500's decline to 5,147.20 reflects a bearish tilt, with pivotal action around 5,130.97.

- Key resistance and support levels span from 5,155.41 to 5,278.98, defining potential market swings.

- With RSI at 41 and 50-day EMA at 5,210.98, a cautious approach is advised, favoring a sell strategy below 5,178.

The S&P 500 index faced a downturn, shedding 1.23% to close at 5,147.20. This retreat situates the market near its pivot point of 5,130.97, a critical juncture that could dictate the short-term market direction. Resistance is in sight at 5,155.41, with further barriers at 5,178.50 and 5,216.52. Should the index ascend, these levels will be crucial to surpass to signal a stronger bullish sentiment. Conversely, immediate support is noted at 5,106.53, with additional lower thresholds at 5,239.60 and 5,278.98, potentially serving as floors in case of a further pullback.

The index's Relative Strength Index (RSI) at 41 indicates a tilt towards a bearish sentiment but not yet in the oversold territory. The 50-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is positioned at 5,210.98, slightly above the current price, suggesting that the market might be under pressure but with room for recovery.

Considering these factors, the market's posture leans towards caution with a bearish inclination. Investors might consider a strategic position to sell below 5,178, targeting a pullback to 5,129, while placing a stop loss at 5,213 to mitigate risk.

S&P 500 Price Chart - Source: Tradingview
S&P 500 Price Chart - Source: Tradingview

S&P 500 - Trade Ideas

Entry Price – Sell Below 5178

Take Profit – 5129

Stop Loss – 5213

Risk to Reward – 1: 1.4

Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$490/ -$350

Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$49/ -$35



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