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Fibonacci Retracement 25-week’s levels (Daily chart)
Key levels of support and resistance based on Fibonacci Retracement. (25 weeks’ levels).
Price: $397.78 | $462.07 (25-weeks high) | $362.17 (25-weeks low)
$400.33 (First resistance at 38.20% ratio)
$402.85 SMA 50 Red line
$412.12 (Next resistance at 50% ratio)
$423.91 (Strong resistance at 61.80% ratio)
$385.75 (First support at 23.60% ratio)
Bollinger Bands, RSI, MACD (Daily chart)
From June 8, 2022, to June 17, 2022, the price plunged 12% to
$362.17 (a 25-week low) after the consumer price index rose 8.6% in May and the U.S. Federal Reserve raised the key interest rate by 0.75%. From June 18, 2022, to June 28, 2022, the share price rose 10% driven by economic signals, but fell by 5% as inflation rose 9.1% in June. From July 14, 2022, to July 22, 2022, the share price rose 8%, getting resistance at
$400.33 (current resistance at 38.20% ratio), driven by a big earnings week and, fell 2% after the US Fed raised rates again by 0.75%, making support at the 50 SMA (red line). From July
26 to August 16, 2022, the share price rose again by 10%, driven by the rally in tech stocks, gaining resistance at the 200 SMA (blue line). From August 16 to September 6, 2022, the stock price plunged 10% as fears of interest rate hikes returned. Recently, the S&P 500 declined by 10% due to interest rate hike fears and recovered by 6%, crossing the 50 SMA upwards, achieving resistance at $412.12 (current resistance at the 50% ratio).
Due to the CPI jumping 8.3% in August, the S&P 500 fell 3% this week. The downtrend correction is continuing, according to the technical indications. The stock price may drop 2% to $390.00 or even lower to retest the 25-week low if it cannot be supported at the current level and volatility increases.