Daily Price Outlook 

- The S&P 500 shows a slight rise at 4,894.17, up by 0.05%.

- Resistance is seen at $4,882.20, with further tests at $4,923.34 and $5,009.94; support holds at $4,756.63, extending to $4,670.02 and $4,626.72.

- With an RSI of 70 and the MACD below its signal, the trend is bullish, yet traders may look for potential entry at 4,870 with defined profit and stop-loss levels.

On January 26th, the S&P 500 index is marginally positive, with a slight gain of 0.05%, placing the current value at 4,894.17. The index's behavior suggests a hesitant optimism as market participants digest a slew of economic reports and earnings results. The pivot point, a key gauge of market sentiment, is fixed at $4,799.93, with the S&P 500 trading above this level, indicating short-term bullishness.

The index faces immediate resistance at $4,882.20. A breach of this level could see the S&P 500 testing further resistances at $4,923.34 and potentially at $5,009.94. These levels are poised to challenge the index's upward momentum. Conversely, support levels are established at $4,756.63, with additional floors at $4,670.02 and $4,626.72, which may provide a safety net against any downward correction.

The Relative Strength Index (RSI) stands at 70, bordering on overbought territory, which may signal a need for caution among buyers. The MACD value at 7.69, although currently below its signal line at 37.35, indicates that while the momentum has been positive, there might be a slowdown as the two lines converge.

The 50-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is calculated at $4,860.71, offering a benchmark for the index's medium-term trend.

The overall trend of the S&P 500 appears to be cautiously bullish. For traders considering entry points, a buy limit order at 4,870 could be strategic, with a take profit goal at 4,930 and a stop loss set at 4,840 to manage risks. The near-term forecast suggests the S&P 500 may continue to challenge its immediate resistances, but with indicators nearing overbought conditions, a pullback should not be discounted.

SP500 (SPX) Price Chart - Source: Tradingview
SP500 (SPX) Price Chart - Source: Tradingview

S&P500 (SPX) - Trade Ideas

Entry Price – Buy Limit 4870

Take Profit – 4930

Stop Loss – 4840

Risk to Reward – 1: 2

Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$600/ -$300

Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$60/ -$30



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