Category Archives: Opening Range

S&P 500 Weekly Review February 17 – 21

The S&P 500 Weekly is showing a close right below the upper Keltner line.  If the market rallies above 1849, new highs will be made, while a sell off could retest 1800 or lower.

This is the second week that the market has closed back in the six month opening range.

The CCT indicator is showing negative divergence or waning momentum in the rally.

The weekly outlook is neutral to bullish.

S&P 500 Monthly Review January 2014

The S&P 500 Monthly candle opened at 1845  and closed at 1782. On further weakness, 1695 may be tested, while a rally may retest highs near 1850. The monthly outlook remains cautiously bullish.

Although on a monthly chart, the outlook clearly remains bullish, the market has closed beneath the opening range for the S&P 500 cash, which is the following:

  • Pivot High – 1843
  • Pivot Low – 1832
  • Opening Range High – 1851
  • Opening Range Low – 1815

As long as the market remains below 1815, a sell off for the first half of the year remains a strong possibility.