The DAX is at risk of seven consecutive losing trading days if we fail to close above 982 on futures today.
The swings are currently quite clearly defined. We have lower lows and lower highs.
The trend defining level is currently 11994.5 on FDAX, so the market is bearish below that level.
We also see a simple trend channel developing, so watching a reaction to either side could be interesting.
The original fork that I referred to this morning, in the webinar and the video, may have jumped the gun. The price has already broken below the original ‘C’ point. This is the challenge when drawing the tools without a confirmed pivot. At the moment, we are waiting for a pivot component to form. Perhaps the first sign of that process would be a break above the downsloping high-to-high trend line that you see on the image below.
A few changes to the indicator table screenshot from earlier.
Hello traders. The growing number of economic and political risks is driving more and more traders out of shares in this country. Increasing nervousness among investors is mainly caused by the international trade conflict and the currency crises in some emerging markets. China warned the US on Thursday of an escalation of the trade conflict and wants to initiate further countermeasures if necessary. Surprisingly significantly lower incoming orders for the German industry caused currently another damper.
The 10 minute chart is spending some time discussing the regression channel that you can see. I have marked out two potential retracement zones. See more details about that on the video.
As for the key levels the point of control is 12052. We have sliced through a low-volume area and are currently trading just below the value area low. See the video for more details.
There are now three consecutive exposed points of controls
This came from the volume scanner this morning. Let’s see how it gets on.