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S&P 500 : The S&P 500 index has entered the Bullish zone this week, maintaining an upward trend.

The S&P 500 index has entered the Bullish zone this week, maintaining an upward trend. The current state has transitioned from a rebound trend to an uptrend, as mentioned last week. However, a trend is gradually emerging, indicating a correction trend with a weakening buying momentum, as mentioned in the past week. With this trend likely to continue for a while, temporary strong upward and downward fluctuations are anticipated. It is projected that a transition to a correction trend will occur around the focal point of the next 1-2 weeks. Until early November, the likelihood of entering the Bullish zone seemed low, and from mid-November, a strong downward trend was expected to resume. However, considering the final trend that unfolded until last week in mid-November, it is confirmed that inflation is easing with the release of CPI and PPI indicators. The market sentiment is spreading with expectations of a halt in interest rate hikes and anticipation of a decrease. As a result, the

Navigating Market Volatility: S&P 500 Daily Trend Analysis and Future Projections.

S&P  500 10-Day Prediction and Technical Analysis. Current Status: Bearish Zone Entry Expected in Mid-November I hope this report finds you well. In this analysis, we focus on the recent trends in the S&P 500 index, outlining the market's behavior and potential future movements. 1. Recent Market Performance The S&P 500 index entered the bullish zone approximately six days ago, indicating a positive trend. However, starting from yesterday, we observed a weakening buying momentum, signaling an imminent correction. Today, the market underwent a significant decline due to Powell's dovish remarks, causing an accelerated downturn as bond yields rose. 2. Short-Term Outlook We anticipate a further decline within the current correction trend; however, the extent of this decline is expected to be limited. There are indications of a potential rebound early next week. Nonetheless, if buying momentum continues to weaken and selling pressure intensifies, the market could transiti