Jones industrial average recovery on November 8th finished at $ 18259.60, which was $ 371.32(2.1%) higher than that on November 7th. The factors of the rise of Jones industrial average were that Hillary’s e-mail problem had been solved and the Trump risk was reduced. According to a joint poll by Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and NBC News, Hillary is leading 4 points by Trump in the support rate for the American presidential election.
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Investors start to take a risk on Hillary’s advantage.
In a daily chart, Jones industrial average had a big positive candle. The next point is whether Jones industrial average can cross over the downward 75-day moving average line. I think there is enough momentum to rise, because of large trading volume.
At first, I thought that the big positive candle was a sign of a short-term rise due to closed trades of short-term investor’s selling position. However, from the point of view of a lot of trading value, investors who saw Hillary as superior set a strong buying.
Just wait for the result of the American presidential election.
The Nikkei Stock Average on November 8th finished at 17,771.38 yen, which was 5,783 (0.03%) lower than that on the previous day. Until the American presidential election is over, we will continue to receive the impression of “wait-and-see”. The trading volume is estimated at 1,077.6 billion, which is less than 2 trillion yen, which is regarded as a standard trading volume.
In charts, the Nikkei Stock Average kept staying at high price and stopped lowering. The Nikkei Stock Average was supported by the 5-day moving average line and the conversion line of Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. The Nikkei Stock Average can’t decide which way to go in the range from 17,000 to 17,300 yen. Needless to say, whether the Nikkei Stock Average will rise or fall depends on the result of tomorrow’s American presidential election.
The contents of this blog are written based on the personal opinions about Dow Jones industrial average, the Nikkei Stock Average, and the sentiment of short-term investors, medium-term investors, and long-term investors. With respect to the loss caused by investment based on the contents of the blog, I do not take any responsibility.