This chart takes a look at the Shanghai Index over the past couple of decades. As you can see, this index remains inside of a well defined rising channel over the past 20-years.
From 2007 to 2014 this index had little to brag about, as it lost about two-thirds of its value in that time frame. The large decline took the index from the top of this channel (resistance) to bottom of this channel (support) in a 5-year time frame. The index broke above a 4-year falling channel on a breakout above line (1).
Two different resistance lines came into play at (2). The Shanghai index paused at this resistance for 2 months before breaking out at (2).
Earlier in the week the Power of the Pattern shared the 6-pack below, reflecting that several ratios involving this region of the world were breaking down. See post HERE
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Five of these six charts are ratios. When the ratios are moving up, the S&P 500 is stronger compared to each of these ETF’s. The upper left chart (SPX/FXI ratio) is breaking support, which reflects that China is reflecting relative strength against the S&P 500 that we haven’t seen in the past 5-years. As you can see, several of these ratios are working on breaking support, reflecting strength of the ETF over the S&P 500.
The lower right chart reflects a breakout from the bullish ascending triangle that CQQQ has created over the past couple of years.
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