PSEI Update: Oct 19, 2014 – Watch out for 6,982 | Marvin Germo

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PSEI Update: Oct 19, 2014 – Watch out for 6,982

By: Marvin Germo | October 18, 2014

For the first time in 7 months, the PSEI broke its mid term uptrend.  Dropping 458 points from 7,361 to a low of 6,900.

Oscillators like the MACD is showing downward momentum and bearishness over the short term.  Though the market looks oversold already, it does not automatically translate that it will bounce back up to the current uptrend.

PSEI Oct 18 2014

The good news is the 100 day moving average protected the stock from falling futher.  At this point it would be important to watch for 6,982.

If the PSEI falls below 6,982 we can expect the market to drop to 6,670 where there would be an amount of buying that may take place.

On the otherhand if the PSEI continues its bounce it may challenge and go up to 7,130 – 7,192.

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