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Rajveer Rawlin received his MBA in finance from the Cardiff Metropolitan University, Wales, UK. He is an avid market watcher having followed capital markets in the US and India since 1993. His research interests includes areas of Capital Markets, Banking, Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management and has over 20 years of experience in the above areas covering the US and Indian Markets. He has several publications in the above areas. The views expressed here are his own and should not be construed as advice to buy or sell securities.

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Sunday, 9 October 2016

Market Signals for the US stock market S and P 500 Index and Indian Stock Market Nifty Index for the Week beginning October 10

Indicator
Weekly Level / Change
Implication for
S & P 500
Implication for Nifty*
S & P 500
2154, -0.67%
Bearish
Bearish
Nifty
8698, 1.00%
Neutral**
Bullish
China Shanghai Index
3005, 0.00%
Neutral
Neutral
Gold
1252, -4.95%
Bearish
Bearish
WTIC Crude
49.81, 3.25%
Bullish
Bullish
Copper
2.16, -2.13%
Bearish
Bearish
Baltic Dry Index
921, 5.26%
Bullish
Bullish
Euro
1.120, -0.36%
Neutral
Neutral
Dollar/Yen
102.92, 1.58%
Bullish
Bullish
Dow Transports
8057, -0.27%
Neutral
Neutral
High Yield (ETF)
36.68, 0.40%
Neutral
Neutral
US 10 year Bond Yield
1.74%, 7.96%
Bearish
Bearish
Nyse Summation Index
437, -21.83%
Bearish
Neutral
US Vix
13.48, 1.43%
Bearish
Bearish
20 DMA, S and P 500
2153, Above
Bullish
Neutral
50 DMA, S and P 500
2167, Below
Bearish
Neutral
200 DMA, S and P 500
2067, Above
Bullish
Neutral
20 DMA, Nifty
8746, Below
Neutral
Bearish
50 DMA, Nifty
8707, Below
Neutral
Bearish
200 DMA, Nifty
8023, Above
Neutral
Bullish
India Vix
14.48, -15.69%
Neutral
Bullish
Dollar/Rupee
66.61, 0.07%
Neutral
Neutral


Overall


S & P 500


Nifty

Bullish Indications
5

5
Bearish Indications
7
7
Outlook
Bearish
Bearish
Observation
The S and P 500 fell and the Nifty bounced back last week. Indicators are bearish.
Markets are failing at resistance again. Time to tighten those stops.
On the Horizon
China – Loan & financing Data, CPI, Euro zone – ZEW survey, U.S – Retail sales, U. Mich. consumer confidence, FED Speak
*Nifty
India’s Benchmark Stock Market Index
Raw Data
Courtesy Google finance, Stock charts, dailyfx.com
**Neutral
Changes less than 0.5% are considered neutral

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The S and P 500 was down and the rebounded last week. Signals are bearish for the upcoming week. Market momentum and breadth have been showing divergences for months now and sentiment indicators are still highly complacent and a big breakdown will likely start soon. It is interesting to see all risky assets suddenly moving together much like in 2008. This is setting us up for some serious downside unless recent resistance gets taken out soon. The market is struggling to get past its 50 DMA and gold just made a massive move down last week which is deflationary. The critical levels to watch are 2160 (up) and 2140 (down) on the S & P and 8750 (up) and 8600 (down) on the Nifty. A significant breach of the above levels could trigger the next big move in the above markets. You can check out last week’s report for a comparison. Love your thoughts and feedback.

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