Once the overnight range midpoint gave up, the selling didn't give up. TICK divergences can "work" to the extent that one realizes when price is not confirming the divergence. In other words, you need to be able to read price bars to decipher strength or weakness.
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While Advance/Decline trended down for the day, the Up/Down volume tried to get something going, but once giving up the IB_low after noon the Up/Down volume went decisively negative
15min & 5min with 3/10macd. The pullback of the fast line into the slow line, translating to the bear flag (2d-2c continuation). Had to try the early morning range breakout, and the 2c-2d long around 11:30. Also tried scalping long the previous day's high bounce and two lower supports, one of which was $145.70 which I didn't get filled on.
Here is a previously posted chart of the SPY 30-min with support/resistance
Here is an updated chart of the 130-min/30-min showing the 3d setup on the 130min (2c-2d on the daily) which tagged the 100% projection this morning
Here is a 15-minute chart of the SPY with the Advance/Decline on the left and Up/Down Volume on the right. Worth noting how the up volume was well into the upward move yesterday, while today showed muted readings, hinting at distribution.
The weekly and daily charts; I THINK the daily is a bullish thrusting pattern, but confirmation is always warranted. But I'm not particularly crazy about the weekly fast line crossing the slow line.
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