Global Equities Review: Several Bull Markets Still In Tact – See It Market

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A number of U.S. stock market indices have reversed sharply off support and target zones as defined by long-term moving averages and/or our ellipse turning point indicator.

Though there is some stalling out short-term, I believe the market is bullish intermediate term.

Our intermediate to long-term views have not changed, and we remain bullish on most of what we are reviewing. 

Momentum indicators on the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 have been very strong off the recent low. The move higher has been very strong and fast, producing a short-term overbought condition.

I believe we will see more of a pause than a deep pullback from here.

Let’s review a few charts of major stock market indices around the world. The charts are annotated and include potential forecasts / price targets should support levels continue hold.

S&P 500 Index

NASDAQ Composite

In Europe, both the German DAX and France CAC have broken above short-term downtrends, and I would think about adding here. My research says to get long the Copenhagen OMX 20 index, as we see the potential for a significant move higher.

The Aussie All Ordinaries is up about 21% from the MOB target band off the December low and is now approaching our MFU-4 target area.  Both the Nikkei and China’s Shanghai Composite have turned up from support zones, and we remain long.

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