November 5, 2013

  • Crude oil weekly chart shows a possible target around 91 for the current fall. If price takes support there a decent bounce can happen. Breaking these resistance levels on closing basis may lead to a bigger fall.
  • Daily chart shows price falling towards 78.6% Fib level.
  • Hour chart too shows price trending down below the cloud.

  • ES Refuses to breakdown. Price need to sustain below 200 Hour SMA for a bigger down move to happen. Bears need price to close below 4 Hour cloud.
  • Tesla weekly looks bullish as weekly candles rising from 20 Week SMA. Bullish view will change only on price trading below 157 levels.
  • Daily chart will stay strong if sustains above 50 Day SMA. 50 sma is at 173 levels. Today's close if below 173 will hint of weakness. Price in daily chart also shows a channel formation with price near the resistance line of the channel.
  • Bullish HAMMER of GROUPON

  • Fate of the Diamond is likely to be decided by the 200 Day SMA. It will be a Diamond top if price starts to trade below 200 Day SMA. Or a continuation pattern if 200 SMA acts as support.
  • Weekly chart shows price above the cloud. Long term trend of the stock will start to weaken on price falling into the weekly cloud.


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