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US Indices Market Analysis (SPY, QQQ, IWM)

US Indices Market Analysis (SPY, QQQ, IWM)
S&P 500. Taking a look at the weekly chart below, you can clearly see that the long-term resistance at $206 has been breached and is now serving as support (exhibited by the bounce in late October). It continues to trade above its 50-week moving average and all signs point to a continued move higher, that is until we see some bearish formations.
SPY - S&P 500 Daily
Nasdaq. The Nasdaq also looks similar to the chart above since it broke out above its $113 resistance area and has been depending on it for support in September and November. It is currently trading in an up trending tight channel higher but both the RSI and MACD indicators are diverging; slowing down in terms of momentum. Near-term support is at $119.
QQQ - Nasdaq Daily
Russell 2000. The Russell looks slightly different as it is consolidating in a sideways channel between $133.50 and $137.50. Momentum is still strong and it is trading above its 8-week moving average which a positive shorter-term signal.
IWM - iShares Russell 2000 ETF

Todays Markets

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Trading Sentiment
Below is the latest sentiment as compiled by etoro, the world's largest (social) trading network. It provides a view of what individual investors think about the specific instruments and gives a view of the current sentiment.
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Latest News Headlines
Bloomberg: Pound Drops on EU Concern, Asian Shares Decline: Markets Wrap
The pound tumbled on a report that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will signal plans to quit the European Union’s single market to regain control of Britain’s borders and laws. Haven assets from gold to the yen rose while stocks fell across Asia. [more...]

Bloomberg: Carney’s Balancing Act Gets Trickier as Brexit Saga Hits Pound
As the Bank of England governor prepares to deliver his first speech of 2017 on Monday, a report that Prime Minister Theresa May is pushing toward a so-called hard Brexit is hitting the pound. [more...]

Bloomberg: U.K. Said to Seek to Calm Investors After May’s Brexit Speech
The U.K. government is drawing up plans to try to reassure investors amid expectations that Prime Minister Theresa May’s long-awaited blueprint for Brexit will cause more market turmoil, according to two people familiar with the situation. [more...]
Bloomberg: Sterling Options Signal More Turmoil as May Speech, Ruling Loom
A measure of anticipated swings for the pound climbed to the highest in three months before U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech on Brexit plans Tuesday and a court ruling this month on whether the British leader or Parliament carries the power to invoke the exit. [more...]
Reuters: Sterling skids on Brexit anxiety; investors hope for Trump clarity
Sterling slid to three-month lows in Asia on Monday with investors spooked anew by concerns over Britain's divorce from the European Union, while U.S. policy uncertainty lingered ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices edge up on weaker dollar, expected crude output cuts
Oil prices inched up on Monday, supported by a weaker dollar and expectations that OPEC and other producers will cut output as part of a deal to curb global oversupply. [more...]

CNBC: UK Treasury's Simon Kirby says UK will get 'best possible Brexit'
As markets worry about the prospect of a 'hard Brexit' ahead of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's speech on Tuesday, a key official in the country's Treasury has called for calm. [more...]
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Changing of the guard

There will be a likely increase in the volatility this coming week! Be sure to position yourself properly