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CAC Remains The Strongest Index, Watch It

When we look at different charts, it is (for most of them) rather difficult to detect if they are weakening or not.

When we have a look at the Sigma Whole Market Index (mainly focused on USA), we can see the rally was stopped by the upper end of the uptrend and it is difficult to say if we are (now) in a correction or in a consolidation phase.

Sigma Whole Market Index Chart

When we have a look at the DAX, the situation is in line with the Sigma Whole Market Index.

DAX Chart

But when we analyze the CAC, we can notice a (blue) triangle in formation, and this pattern looks like a consolidation in an uptrend. So, it is very important to monitor this triangle and to see if we break it by the north or by the south in coming sessions. The breakout will give us the direction of the next big move.

CAC Chart

There is no new information coming from our indicators. The Sigma Trend Index is at '3' and remains in positive territory. It will be important to monitor (next week) if the market is able to challenge the "STI's zero line."

Sigma Trend Index ST Table

The ST model lowered its stop on the SPX:

SPX ST Table

Short Term Trading Book:
- SPX: 1 short at 1722.12
(stop @ 1749, 3pts above the ST model to take into account bid/ask spread)
- NDX: 1 short at 3173.42 (stop @ 3317, 5pts above the ST model to take into account bid/ask spread)
- CAC: 1 short at 4104.63 (stop @ 4337, 5pts above the ST model to take into account bid/ask spread)
- DAX: 1 short at 8682.24 (stop @ 8892, 10pts above ST model to take into account bid/ask spread)
- EStoxx: 1 short at 2931.37 (stop @ 2988, 5pts above the ST model to take into account bid/ask spread)

Medium Term Trading Book:
- No more medium term position at this stage.


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