Dow Jones Industrials Struggling At Major Fibonacci Level

by Kimble Charting

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the midst of a bounce off its March low and may be looking to retest its highs in the weeks ahead.

But this could be trickier than most rally retests.

Why? Because the recent high failed right at the 423.6 Fibonacci extension price level (using 2007 high / 2009 low).

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As you can see in today’s “monthly” chart of the Dow Industrials, it took nearly two years for this major stock market index to crack its 161.8% Fibonacci extension at (1). And even after doing so, and rallying mightily, it came back to retest the area as support years later!

These Fibs matter.

Once again, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is testing a major Fibonacci level at (2). Will this Fib level continue to cause the Dow to struggle? Or will an uber bullish breakout take place? Stay tuned!


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