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Stocks Pivot Points DeMarks

Name S1Pivot PointsR1
Exxon Mobil 81.01 81.09 81.34
BHP Billiton ADR 34.22 34.27 34.37
Microsoft 73.80 73.89 73.93
Wal-Mart Stores 75.98 76.03 76.14
Apple 150.73 150.90 151.10
Procter&Gamble 89.14 89.19 89.33
HSBC 739.85 740.88 741.35
General Electric 26.74 26.77 26.83
Alphabet A 988.88 991.12 991.89
IBM 147.23 147.36 147.69
Bank of America 23.84 23.90 23.93
Deutsche Bank AG 15.992 16.029 16.077
Royal Dutch Shell A 23.553 23.576 23.638
Nestle 82.67 83.19 83.42
Santander 5.718 5.731 5.772
Electricite de France 8.83 8.85 8.90
ENI 13.23 13.24 13.28
Pivot Points Info

Pivot point, support and resistance calculations are widely accepted as the simplest yet most effective trading strategy. They are well trusted by traders, banks and all financial institutions as clear indicators of the strength or weakness of the market. They are used as the basis for most technical analysis. The pivot point is the point in which the market sentiment changes from bearish to bullish.

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