Weekly Forecast: EURUSD(6E), Gold(GC), WTI Crude Oi(CL), S&P 500(ES), Dow Jones(YM), Dax(FDXM) [Video]


Time code:
0:00 - Fundamental analysis
1:40 - EURUSD (6E)
3:29 - GOLD (GC)
5:02 - WTI Crude oil (CL)
9:56 - S&P 500 mini (ES)
15:24 - Dow Jones (YM)
18:15 - Dax (FDXM)

EUR/USD: US economy slowdown, that create for EUR/USD potential for uptrend to resistance 1.1230 and then 1.1300.
GOLD: while market is trading above support 1275, we have uptrend to resistance level 1303.
WTI crude oil: while market is trading below resistance 60.90 – 61.40, market have downtrend with target on support level 54.10.
S&P500: we trading on support level 2813 and it seems, that very soon it will be broken down, after that next target for market will be level 2750.
Down Jones: market can be trading in sideways range 25215 – 25850, where after break down of 25215 market will start downtrend to support 24270.
Dax: we slowly going in downtrend to support level 11840, where with breakdown of it market will continue downtrend to next support level 11700 – 11300.

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