S&P 500 quantitative analysis to determine the directional bias of short-term market direction after the close of June 4, 2019.
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The directional bias P-delta of S&P 500 for 1%, 2% and 3% profit target and stop-loss pairs after the close of Tuesday, June 4, 2019, is shown below as calculated by DLPAL LS software.
The bias P-delta is positive (LONG) for all three profit target and stop-loss pairs and overall increasing from the day before. Significance S is high.
More importantly, the bias is positive in all three cases above for a second day in a row. Therefore, these indicators are bullish in the short-term. Note that the bias calculations change daily.
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