Daily Price Outlook

- S&P 500 is experiencing slight bearish pressure under the pivot point of $5039.76.

- Technical indicators like a low RSI suggest potential oversold conditions, hinting at possible market stabilization or a brief rally.

- A strategic entry for short positions is recommended below $5040 with defined risk management parameters.

The S&P 500 currently reflects a minor downtrend, with the index trading at 5011.11, marking a decrease of 0.22%. As the index navigates below its four-hour chart pivot point of $5039.76, the technical setup suggests a cautious bearish sentiment. Immediate resistance levels lie at $5080.78, $5138.22, and $5205.92, which could act as potential ceilings for any short-term bullish reversals. Conversely, the market finds immediate support at $4983.34, with further protective barriers at $4920.77 and $4845.90. These levels are pivotal in defining the lower limits of the current trading range.

The technical indicators provide a clearer picture of the market’s direction. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is notably low at 29, indicating an oversold condition which typically suggests a potential for a price rebound or stabilization. However, the substantial distance from the 50-Day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) at 5172.41 further emphasizes the bearish momentum, as this moving average stands well above the current price, indicating a longer-term downtrend.

For traders, the recommended strategy would involve initiating short positions if the index dips below the $5040 threshold, targeting a take-profit level at $4965. This trading plan should be safeguarded with a stop loss at $5100 to manage risk effectively.

SPX Price Chart - Source: Tradingview
SPX Price Chart - Source: Tradingview

S&P 500 - Trade Ideas

Entry Price – Sell Below 5040

Take Profit – 4965

Stop Loss – 5100

Risk to Reward – 1: 1.5

Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$750/ -$600

Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$75/ -$60



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