The short term market consensus for S&P 500 have change to Bullish
S&P 500 — short for Standard and Poor’s 500, is a United States stock market index based on the market capitalizations of the top 500 companies that have common stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ. With its headquarters in New York City and dating back to 1860, Standard and Poor’s has offices in 23 countries and maintains the SP 500 index. Over $1.25 trillion USD is indexed to Standard and Poor’s portfolio of indices, which includes the S&P 500. The S&P 500 index seeks to reflect the status of the whole stock market by tracking the return and volatility of the 500 most commonly held large cap company stocks on the NYSE, capturing approximately 80% of total market capitalization. The 500 companies comprising the SP500 span all major industries and are selected based on their market capitalization, liquidity, ability to be traded, as well as other factors. Additionally, the importance of the SP500 is highlighted by its use as an economic indicator of the health of the United States economy.
Our Proprietary Trading System indicates the following:
The Primary Trend (PT) given by the Global Monthly TIME BAR (GMTB) is currently Bullish
The Secondary Trend (ST), given by the Global Weekly TIME BAR (GWTB) is currently Bullish
The Medium Term Trend (MTT), given by the Global Daily TIME BAR (GDTB) is currently Bullish
The Short Term Trend (STT), given by the Global Four Hour TIME BAR (GFHTB) is currently Bullish
In light of the above trend analysis we will execute a bullish trade on S&P 500
Global Entry Signal For Trade #1: Buy @ 3228.50
Global Trailing Stop Loss Trade #1: @ 3200.50
Global Target Profit Trade #1 : @ 3734.00
Global Trade Management Strategy: We applied the Global Trailing Stop System for Global Trading Strategy #3 & #5.
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