The following (green highlights) is a chart and a brief excerpt from our Monday August 1st Keys To This Week report.
excerpted from Keys To This Week
The US Stock Market
August 1, 2011
Intermarket Analysis: Paris CAC-40 Index. NEAR TO INTERMEDIATE TERM BEARISH. Chart 1 displays a daily bar chart of the Paris CAC-40 Index during the past year and highlights the mid July breakdown from 5 months of sideways congestion, the late July retest of the 200-day moving average as overhead resistance (orange line, a major trend proxy), and last week’s decline to fresh lows. This series of events confirms a major bearish trend change in the index and targets an initial 10-% decline to 3300.
Considering the tight and stable 89% positive correlation between the CAC-40 and the S&P 500 since 2000, this breakdown suggests the likelihood of a similar and coincident decline in the US market.
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