Nasdaq tests previous lows.

The Nasdaq 100 index has been dropping the entire day, but it looks like US investors are ready to buy the dip as the price declined to the very strong support of previous days. 

Still, shortly after the US opening bell, the index was down 2% and was seen trading slightly above the 11,000 USD threshold.

As you can see from the chart, the Nasdaq index dropped to previous lows near 11,000 USD, which is the crucial support. As long as the index trades above this level, the medium-term outlook still seems bullish.

The first target for a possible bounce is near 11,200 USD, and bulls need to regain this level to become more confident. 

Alternatively, if the price drops below 11,000 USD, larger stop-losses and margin calls could happen, most likely pushing the index further lower. 

Bears will be targeting 10,850 USD as the next support, but the index might drop toward 10,500 USD as it had been heavily overbought. 
Cookie Policy: The Axiory website uses cookies and by continuing using the website you consent to this. Risk Warning: Trading leveraged products such as Forex and CFDs may not be suitable for all investors as they carry a high degree of risk to your capital. Please read the full Privacy Policy.