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S&P 500 Record Breaking Reversal – True Reversal or Sheer Volatility?


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Just now, MongiIG said:

Usually, when the markets are heading into major event risk, conditions settle in respect of the deep potential that lies ahead. That doesn’t seem to be the case for markets to start this week ahead of the FOMC decision. What should we watch and expect?

S&P 500 Record Breaking Reversal – True Reversal or Sheer Volatility?

Jan 25, 2022 |  John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist. Full article on DailyFX

Chart of S&P 500 200-Day SMA, Volume and ‘Tails’ (Daily)

S&P 500 Record Breaking Reversal – True Reversal or Sheer Volatility?

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Chart of S&P 500 with Net Speculative Positioning of IG Retail CFD Traders (Daily)

S&P 500 Record Breaking Reversal – True Reversal or Sheer Volatility?

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