S&P500 Technical Analysis: US Stocks jump above 2,900.00 level

S&P500 daily chart

  • The S&P500 index is trading above its main simple moving averages (SMAs) suggesting a bullish momentum.

S&P500 4-hour chart

  • The S&P500 is trading above its main SMAs suggesting a bullish bias in the medium-term.

S&P500 60-minute chart

  • The S&P500 is trading above its main SMAs leaving the bull trend intact for now. 
  • If bulls surpass 2,910.00, the next key resistance to the upside is at 2,930.00 level.
  • Looking down, investors can expect support at 2,890.00; 2,880.00 and 2,870.00 level.

Additional key levels

SP 500

Today last price 2905.75
Today Daily Change 16.75
Today Daily Change % 0.58
Today daily open 2889
Daily SMA20 2847.84
Daily SMA50 2801.04
Daily SMA100 2705.33
Daily SMA200 2762.07
Previous Daily High 2896.5
Previous Daily Low 2882.5
Previous Weekly High 2894.25
Previous Weekly Low 2850.25
Previous Monthly High 2861
Previous Monthly Low 2722.5
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 2887.85
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 2891.15
Daily Pivot Point S1 2882.17
Daily Pivot Point S2 2875.33
Daily Pivot Point S3 2868.17
Daily Pivot Point R1 2896.17
Daily Pivot Point R2 2903.33
Daily Pivot Point R3 2910.17



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