European Indices: Dax (GER 40), FTSE 100 (UK 100) And EuroStoxx 500 Analysed

European Indices: Dax (GER 40), FTSE 100 (UK 100) And EuroStoxx 500 Analysed

Dax 40 shorts at resistance at 14000/100 were the perfectly trade with a high for the day exactly here & a 700 point collapse over night. EuroStoxx 50 MARCH breaks 500 day & 100 week moving average support at 3710/3690.

FTSE 100 MARCH looks like it is building a head & shoulders top - with a volatile right shoulder! - UODATE!! the neckline at 7135/25 has been broken for a sell signal - a weekly close below here tonight will confirm the sell signal.

Update daily at 07:00 GMT

Today's Analysis.

Dax shorts at 14100/000 work on the expected break below 13780/750 as we hit my target of 13350/300 before an excellent buying opportunity at 13130/100. Longs need stops below 13000. A weekly close below 13000 is a very important sell signal for the start of next week.

Gains are likely to be limited with resistance at 13750/800 & obviously strong resistance at 14000/100.

EuroStoxx this time breaks support at the 500 day & 100 week moving average at 3710/3690 for an important sell signal targeting strong support at 3590/70. Longs need stops below 3530.

Longs at strong support at 3590/70 can target 3690/3710.

FTSE breaks the neck line at 7140/30 for an important longer term sell signal. If prices recover & hold above 7160 we can consider a false break this morning. Bulls need a break above 7190/7200 for a buy signal today.

Holding below 7120 targets strong support at 6960/30.

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Jason Sen

Jason Sen

Jason Sen began his career in the options pits on the trading floor of LIFFE in 1987 at the age of 19, making markets on his own account. In 2001 when the trading floor closed he successfully made the transition to day trading on computer screens. Jason used technical analysis throughout his trading career and formed which established itself as the leading provider of daily technical analysis to independent and professional traders within the investment bank community. He advises dozens of traders at up to 15 major investment banks and hedge funds on market movement throughout each trading day on The Bloomberg Professional® service. Jason Sen also provides trade ideas with entry, exit and target levels on Telegram & in daily reports to retail traders.