DJII - Further upside potential to 20100

Date: 17th November,2016 by Timothy Straiton
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Current level at the time of writing is 18868, trading above the rising 40 week moving average of 17951 and also above the monthly pivot level of 18173. While the 8 year bull cycle in stocks may well be drawing to a close, we may well see further upside targets taken out. In particular we focus our attention on the Fibonacci upside projection levels at 18974 and thereafter at 20102. These levels correspond to the Fibonacci 61.8% and 76.4% upside projection points based on the 14198 - 6469 range made between October 2007 and March 2009. The 14 week relative strength index is currently in a rising channel formation which suggests further short-term upside potential ahead.

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