First, the last rally into new all-time highs in mid-March was also with a divergent RSI, which was warning of a failed rally attempt.
Second, breaking the ascending trendline should put a 38% – 61.8% Fibonacci retracement in view for some near-term support. This could be from 200 all the way towards the 183.00 level near term. The 200-day moving average is rising daily and should be near the 61.8% retracement upon reaching there if ultimately that is where we are going in the coming week(s).
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