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Emini S&P Weekly Forecast & Technical Analysis

The trend for the December E-mini S&P 500 Index futures quickly approaching the last month into expiration remains up. However, the momentum appears to have shifted a tad bit to the lower side.

If we continue on a move above 2595, it will shed any inclinations of bearishness and allow the bulls to nicely prevail and keep the uptrend, likely intact till the end of the year. If we take out last weeks head-fake bottom at 2563.25 to the downside, we could see a temporary shift allowing us to test the fib-levels lower from the last big move.

The main range is 2407.50 to 2594. Its retracement zones in a narrow band between about 2501~2477 form the primary downside target. Like I stated last week, the 2577~2580 region is worth watching for moves to either side. As I write this before the open, we have trended lower than this.

The weekly chart suggests that there is room for accommodation below 2563.25 with the first major area of support hovering around 2608, followed by a 50% level at 2501 and a Fibonacci level at 2477.00. A sustained move over 2580 this week will validate the buing and challenge that resistance level at 2595 looking up towards 2606 and above here we are extremely bullish into the year-end.

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