Technology stocks were the leaders for a long time until the market turned sour this year.
Fear of recession has impacted the technology-laden Nasdaq 100 Index futures contract (NQ) particularly hard.
But we are happy to look at some bearish trading ideas for the NQ, as there are certainly some downside profits to be made right now.
Keep reading below for my full time frame analysis for the Nasdaq 100 Index futures contract (NQ)…
My Nasdaq 100 Index (NQ) Analysis
Here’s the chart for NQ and how I see it shaping up to provide some opportunities to sell over the coming days and weeks…
And here’s how the Nasdaq 100 Index is shaping up…
The NQ daily time frame is in a down trend, with the market making lower lows and lower highs in the sell zone.
The market broke a counter trend line bearish and has a down Fibonacci price point of 9,156.75, about -9,554 ticks below the market.
It will be a good idea to turn to the one hour time frame and to look for selling ideas in the sell zone.
The Bottom Line
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