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Emini S&P 500 Futures - September contract
Emini S&P remains in a sideways trend as we give up more than half of last week's gains.
We reversed from 2906 to break support at support at 2895/94.

A POTENTIAL NEGATIVE 2 WEEK DOUBLE TOP BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY...IF THIS SMALL DOUBLE TOP IS A HIGH, WE HAVE A MAJOR 8 MONTH DOUBLE TOP SELL SIGNAL.
Today's Analysis
18 September 2018 Updated at 01:29am GMT
Emini S&P dare I say, this could be a small sell signal, within a huge sell signal. All I know is that it is low risk to short, with stops above 2920. A break below 2882/80 is another sell signal today targeting 2875/74 & support at 2867/64. Be careful if you try longs; use stops below 2858. A break lower targets 2848/46 then 2841.

It is tempting to sell on any recovery today in the hope the double top sell signal is valid. You could scale in at 2885/88 & 2895/97 a break higher however tests very important rising trend line resistance at the all time high at 2916/18. A above 2921 opens the door to 2925/26 & 2933/35.

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