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CUP & HANDLE OPPORTUNITIES

Every week Tech Charts Global Equity Markets report features some of the well-defined, mature classical chart patterns under a lengthy watchlist and the chart pattern breakout signals that took place during that week. Global Equity Markets report covers single stocks from developed, emerging and frontier markets, ETF’s and global equity indices. The report starts with a review section that highlights the important chart developments on global equity benchmarks. This blog post features from the breakout and watchlist sections two bullish cup & handle continuation chart pattern opportunities, listed on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange. You will also find an educational video on cup & handle chart pattern.

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GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS – June 22, 2019

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The benchmark for the Global equity markets performance, the iShares MSCI All Country World Index ETF (ACWI.O) remains above its 200-day average. Strong resistance stands at 74.8 levels and the 200-day moving average as support at 71.3 levels. The weekly scale price chart can form a possible H&S continuation. So far the right shoulder formed symmetry in price but not in time. In other words the time it took for the left shoulder has been longer than the right shoulder. Perfect symmetry is rare. Breakout above 74.8 levels will be positive for Global equities.

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GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS – June 15, 2019

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The benchmark for the Global equity markets performance, the iShares MSCI All Country World Index ETF (ACWI.O) held onto its past week's gains. The ETF didn't move much and remained in a range between the 200-day moving average at 71.2 and the horizontal resistance at 74.8 levels. There is no clear trend or a recognizable chart pattern in the short-term. The ETF offers short-term trading opportunity between the boundaries at 71.2 and 74.8.

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GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS – June 8, 2019

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The benchmark for the Global equity markets performance, the iShares MSCI All Country World Index ETF (ACWI.O) had a sharp reversal above its 200-day average and the horizontal resistance at 71 levels. Previous week's breakdown from the H&S top was possibly a bear trap. Global equities are going through a volatile, trend-less period. Read More