Dax, EuroStoxx and FTSE 100 forecasts



Dax 30 December futures

Dax topped exactly at 13180/13200 (sorry typo yesterday) but it is unlikely you had a chance to short before the sell off to 13110/090. Outlook is quite negative for today.

10 Dec, 2019

Dax it is worth trying shorts at 13180/13200 with stops above 13220. A break higher is a buy signal targeting 13250 before the recovery high at 13365/375.

Shorts at 13180/13100 target 13160 & minor support at 13110/090. A break lower targets 13030/020 perhaps as far as strong support at 12890/870 for some profit taking on shorts. A break below 12840 targets 12790/780 & 12700/680.


Weekly outlook is positive Daily outlook is positive Short Term outlook is positive


10 Dec, 2019
EuroStoxx 50 December Futures
EuroStoxx reversed to first support at 3665/55

Today’s Analysis 10 Dec, 2019

EuroStoxx is holding first support at 3665/55. A break lower targets 3640 & 3630 with strong support at 3610/00.

First resistance at 3680/85. A break above 3695 targets 3705 & 3720/25.


Weekly outlook is positive Daily outlook is positive Short Term outlook is neutral

Ftse 100

10 Dec, 2019
FTSE 100 December Futures
FTSE still holding first resistance at 7245/55.

Today’s Analysis 10 Dec, 2019

FTSE hit the next target of 7245/55. Try shorts at 7270/80 with stops above 7295. A break higher targets 7310/15 & 7325/30 .

First support at 7210/00 & we bottomed exactly here yesterday. A break below 7190 risks a slide to 7170/60 before a retest of 7140/35. A break below 7130 targets 7110/00, perhaps as far as 7175/70.


Weekly outlook is positive Daily outlook is neutral
Short Term outlook is negative

Jason Sen


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