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Canadian TSX 60 - December contract
S&P/TSX 60 we wrote: Always a good chance of a pause in overbought conditions so the main risk is a sideways trend in the days ahead, but no sell signal so shorts are unthinkable at this stage.

Struggling in overbought conditions & only edged higher to 929 last week, before some profit taking to the 2nd minor support at 923/922 on Friday.

Sideways yesterday as expected & the inside days means same levels apply for today.
Today's Analysis
11 October 2017 Updated at 01:18am GMT
S&P/TSX 60 just holding the 926/925 level. The downside is likely to be limited but below 922 look for a buying opportunity at 918/917. Longs need stops below 914 with further losses to target the next buying opportunity at 909/908.

Bulls remain in control as we reached & retested 929. Stick with the bulls despite overbought conditions until we see a sell signal, so buy in to weakness. Further gains target the April high at 931/932 then 934/935 & the all time high at 939/940.
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