- S&P 500 Futures -2 points
- 10-Year Yields 2.28%
- Dollar Index 97.78
- VIX 16.95
- Oil $59.04
- China Shanghai +0.61%
- Japan Nikkei +0.37%
- Hong Kong HSI +0.38%
- South Korea KOSPI +0.23%
- UK FTSE -0.16%
- Germany DAX -0.46%
China shares managed to rally the past two days, but still, the index is struggling to get over resistance at 2920. However, the good news is that the short-term downtrend has been broken.
S&P 500 (SPY)
The S&P 500 is pointing to a slightly lower opening on May 28 of 1 point. The chart shows that resistance still sits at 2,836 and the downtrend. It likely makes the next big date for the S&P 500 on May 28 when the downtrend and resistance will converge. If the S&P 500 fails to rise above 2,836 today, then it is likely the equity market will continue to drift lower perhaps back to 2,812. A rise above 2,835 sets up a retest of 2,853. (Premium Content: For The May 28 Trading Week, get in lock-in before the price increase on June 1, $200 per year going to $300/year)
Apple is one stock to watch closely today as it has been steadily falling since the beginning of May. If the stock can’t break the downtrend, it looks like it may be heading to $175. However, $175 may be the low, for now, we can see there is a falling wedge being formed a bullish reversal pattern.
Micron has been steadily declining too and is still within a trading channel lower. If the stock can’t rise above the downtrend, it can test support $32.50. Meanwhile, should the stock break the downtrend, it sets up an increase to $36.
AMD is rising some this morning after Cowen made some positive comments on the companies new chips shown at Computex. AMD is also stuck in a downtrend, and every time the stock has tried to break out, it has failed. Should the downtrend be broken, the stock has room to rise to around $29.40.
Tesla needs to hold support at $190 to avoid a much further decline. I continue to think the stock rises back to $250.
Acadia is trying to break the downtrend, and that could set up the rise back to $27 this week.
Good luck today!
This article first appeared on Mott Capital.
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