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Offline radha00027

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The S&P 500 Might Rebound in 2019
« on: February 07, 2019, 04:05:40 PM »
The year 2018 formally wound up as the worst year for traders for the reason that the 2008 financial disaster, with the S&P 500 ending the year with around a 5% drop on a total-returns foundation. However, the excellent news for traders is that the technical image really factors to the opportunity of a rebound in 2019.

Now, a part of the reason for rising investor nervousness has to do with the truth that 2018's fourth quarter noticed a fairly fixed stream of promoting stress. Because the calendar flipped to October, shares have shed about 14% of their market worth -- the worst fourth quarter for the reason that financial disaster.

The troubling short-term deterioration that we have seen in inventory costs really seems to be far more like a bull-market correction when considered over this long run. Actually, the worth action that we're seeing right now seems to be lots like mid-2015, when the S&P 500 noticed an identical pair of volatility shocks -- violating a short-term uptrend. However, then the index efficiently held its secular trendline as 2016 started.

So, if 2015 finally ends up being a good proxy for 2018's market motion, then there's loads of purpose for traders to have a good time as 2019 begins. In any case, the 24 months that adopted the end-of-2015 correction wound up being a stellar time to personal shares.

After all, that does not assure what's to come back for equities. The S&P 500 may definitely violate its long-term uptrend, opening draw back risk as demand for shares fizzles. Nevertheless, so long as the S&P 500's trendline assist holds at across the 2,400 stage (the index closed Monday at 2,506.85), then the high-probability commerce for early 2019 is a rebound transfer.

Source: http://www.stockmaster.in/snp-500-index-live.html


Offline Xieye

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Re: The S&P 500 Might Rebound in 2019
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2019, 08:03:58 PM »
Indeed last year was not the good one for US equities. Although many are saying that there might be rebound during this year, I am a little bit sceptic simply because there is increasing level of political insecurity (i.e. Brexit, US trade war) and on the other side slowdown of China economy

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Re: The S&P 500 Might Rebound in 2019
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2019, 06:07:20 PM »
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