JP Morgan rejected at key range resistance ahead of earnings
Kelvin Wong July 16, 2019 12:08 PM
JP Moragan Chase (JPM)
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- The recent 10% up move of JPM share price from its 31 May 2019 low has tested the medium-term “triangle range” resistance in place since 20 Sep 2018 where it has tested and failed to break above its current all-time high level of 119.33 printed on 27 Feb 2018.
- JPM has declined by -1.77%; that underperformed the Financials sector (-0.57%) which was the 2nd worst performer among the S&P sectors in yesterday, 15 Jul U.S. session.
- The price action of JPM has formed a daily “Bearish Engulfing” pattern at end of yesterday’s U.S. session right at the aforementioned “triangle range” resistance.
- Near-term support rests at 110.80 which is defined by a minor “ascending range” support in place since 31 May 2019 low.
- Key medium-term resistance stands at 116.10 as per defined a Fibonacci projection cluster and close to the medium-term “triangle range” resistance.
- Relative strength analysis from the ratios of JPM against its industry sector (S&P Financials XLF) and the U.S. benchmark stock index (S&P 500) have continued to exhibit medium-term weakness/underperformance.
Key Levels (1 to 3 weeks)
Pivot (key resistance): 116.10
Supports: 110.80 & 105.80
Next resistance: 119.33
If the 116.10 pivotal resistance is not surpassed and a break with a daily close below 110.80 is likely to see a further potential push down to target the next support at 105.80.
On the other hand, a clearance with a daily close above 116.10 sees a squeeze up to retest the all-time high of 119.33.
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