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Technical Analysis – JP225 cash index bears show signs of life

JP225 cash index dips lower after strong upmove Bulls still focused οn testing the June 16, 2023 high Momentum indicators show some early signs of trend reversal The JP225 cash index is trading lower again today as the bulls appear to be taking a breather from the recent strong rally. The JP225 is still around 10% higher than the end-of-October low of 30,380 and not far from the all-time high of 34,006. In the meantime, the momentum indicators are probably showing some early sig

JP 225 index trades sideways after strong advance pauses Remains supported by the 50-day SMA and descending trendline Momentum indicators suggest more gains in the near term The JP 225 index (cash) stormed higher after validating a double bottom pattern around the 30,400 region in late October. Although the price jumped to its highest level since September 20, it has been rangebound since then appearing unable to extend its advance.

Technical Analysis – JP225 cash index bulls’ appetite dented by external factors

JP225 cash index hovers below the 50-day SMA Geopolitical developments continue to affect sentiment Momentum indicators on the fence at this juncture The JP225 cash index is trading higher today with the bulls interested in canceling out last Friday’s sizable red candle. It has been a strong short-term upleg from the October 4 low at 30,273, but the bulls need a new peak, above the September 15 high at 33,649, in order to stop the developing bearish pattern of lower lows and lowe

Technical Analysis – JP225 cash index bulls’ determination in question

The JP225 cash index is trying to register its fourth consecutive green candle but the rally seems to have halted temporarily at the June 16, 2023 downward sloping trendline. This is the third time that this trendline appears to limit the bulls’ appetite, allowing the formation of a bearish series of lower lows and lower highs. In the meantime, the momentum indicators remain mostly on the bulls’ side.

Technical Analysis – JP225 cash index bulls reappear in the market

Following four red candles, the JP225 cash index is today recording an interesting candlestick called hammer that is usually interpreted as a bullish sign. The bulls would probably like to be given the chance for a rebound as the JP225 index has been on a downward trend since the June 16, 2023 high, and they are currently facing a bearish series of lower lows and lower highs.

The JP225 cash index is recording another decent red candle as it is trying to register a lower low. Since reaching the 2023 high of 34,006 on June 16, 2023, the JP225 index has been under significant bearish pressure. However, today’s move has finally broken the March 15, 2023 upward sloping trendline, potentially opening the door to a more sizeable pullback.

The JP225 cash index is trading lower today as the bulls are finding it difficult to regain control of the market. A series of lower highs and lower lows is already in place with the bears aiming for the next trough to occur below the latest low of 31,767, which coincides with a key support level. While the medium-term trend remains bullish, the current short-term downleg has managed to reset the momentum indicators. The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) is edging lower, below its 25-th

The JP225 cash index is trading lower today as the bulls are trying to overcome the first decent correction since the current uptrend started on March 15, 2023, and are mentally preparing for another all-time high. However, the overall upward movement remains overstretched and hence corrections might take place more often and be more forceful than the bulls would prefer.

Technical Analysis – JP225 cash index ready for higher high but overall move looks overstretched

The JP225 cash index is hovering a tad below the all-time high of 32,705 as the bulls have successfully managed to limit the bearish pressure. It has been an explosive 32% rally from the March 15, 2023 low with almost no corrections taking place. The move appears to be overstretched and maybe a small pullback could be welcomed by both sides. The stochastic oscillator is confirming this overstretched nature as it continues to trade at its overbought (OB) territory, hovering around its moving ave

Technical Analysis – JP225 cash index correction could morph into a bearish trend

The JP225 cash index is on a streak of downward moves, dropping from the all-time high of 31,664 and it is currently a tad above the 30,711 level. This correction was not unexpected considering the aggressive nature of the recent upleg. However, the momentum indicators might point to a stronger downwards move, and not just a short-term correction. The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) is edging lower from its highest peak since the September 2021 rally.

Japan’s 225 stock index (cash) flatlined near a 1½-year high of 29,918 and at the upper boundary of a bullish channel after a remarkable two-week rally. The RSI and the Stochastic oscillator in the four-hour chart seem to have peaked in the overbought region, flagging a potential downside reversal. The tiny candlesticks at the top of the uptrend could be another indication that the latest upswing is overdone.

The JP225 cash index is trading sideways today as the bulls are trying to stage a comeback following an aggressively negative December. The bears, on the other hand, appear to be more confident as the momentum indicators seem to be supportive of the recent bearish bias. The RSI is well below the 50-midpoint and the Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) is drifting higher, pointing to a gradually stronger trend in the market.

The JP225 cash index is consolidating at the 26,300s area, within a tight range established in the past few sessions following the drop on December 20. Market participants appear to be evaluating their options for the new trading year, especially as the convergence of the simple moving averages (SMA) seems to point to a sizeable move ahead. The bears appear to be more relaxed at this juncture as the aggressive October 3 – November 24 upmove has almost entirely been erased.

The JP225 cash index is trading at the lowest level since October 3. Actually, today’s move is the strongest drop and the widest intraday range seen since June 16. From a long-term perspective, using the weekly chart, the picture has not changed dramatically. The JP225 index continues to trade within the 24,682-29,222 range despite some bearish flavour coming from various momentum indicators.

The JP 225 index (cash) has been in a steep uptrend since late September, generating consecutive higher highs and higher lows. However, the index has been trading sideways in the last few daily sessions after the latest advance came to a halt at the 28,328 region. The short-term oscillators are currently endorsing a positive near-term tone. Specifically, the MACD is above both zero and its red signal line, while the RSI is hovering beyond its 50-neutral mark.

The JP 225 index has come under renewed selling pressure, falling back below the 27,900 resistance level, but remaining slightly above the simple moving averages (SMAs). Despite the latest pullback though, the index has not posted a fresh lower low, which makes one hesitant to trust further declines for now. Looking at momentum oscillators on the daily chart though, they suggest further declines may be on the cards in the short-term.

Technical Analysis – JP 225 index flags more bearish actions ahead

Japan’s 225 stock index (cash) drifted southwards after its latest bullish correction ceased at the crossroads of the 20- and 200-day simple moving averages (SMAs) around 27,185. Also, the price could not find enough buyers to reclaim the support-turned-resistance trendline drawn from the pandemic trough, remaining within a broad bearish channel too.

Technical Analysis – JP 225 index holds above 200-SMA after two-month low

Japan’s 225 stock index (cash) slid to a new two-month low of 27,196 on Wednesday but encouragingly it erased some losses to climb back above the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) and stay out of the broken bearish channel. From a technical perspective, the latest bearish round is not over yet as the RSI is sloping downwards below its 50 neutral mark and the MACD is decelerating below its red signal and zero lines.

Technical Analysis – JP 225 index defends bulls, but not out of the woods yet

Japan’s 225 stock index (cash) stepped on the resistance trendline and the 20-day simple moving average (SMA) around 27,800 to defend its latest bullish break out of the bearish channel on Wednesday, but negative risks have not completely faded out. While the bullish intersection between the 20- and 200-day SMAs is promoting further trend improvement, the momentum indicators have been oscillating against the market action recently, with the RSI and the stochastics making lower lows and lowe

JP 225 stock index (cash) has been experiencing a new wave of downside pressures after it recently failed to cross above the 27,280 region. Moreover, the price is currently trading beneath the Ichimoku cloud alongside both its 50- and 200-day simple moving averages (SMAs), endorsing a broader cloudy outlook. The short-term oscillators suggest that bearish forces have gained the upper hand.


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