|PowerShares Dynamic Small Cap Value Portfolio (referred to here as the fund) seeks investment results that correspond to the price and yield of an equity index called the Dynamic Small Cap Value Intellidex Index (also known as the Intellidex). The Intellidex consists of 100 US small-cap value stocks selected for the most part on the basis of their capital appreciation potential as identified by the AMEX (the Intellidex Provider) pursuant to an Intellidex methodology. The fund will normally invest at least 80% of its total assets in common stocks of small-capitalization companies. The fund will normally invest at least 90% of its total assets in common stocks that make up the Intellidex. The Intellidex is adjusted quarterly, and the fund, using an indexing investment approach, attempts to replicate the performance of the Intellidex.|
|FIGURE 1: POWERSHARES, DAILY|
|Graphic provided by: AdvancedGET.|
|Figure 1 shows a very definite head & shoulders formation developing with a target of 10.47 (12.77 - 11.62 = 1.15. 11.62 - 1.15 = 10.47). The chart also suggests the following:|
-A falling relative strength index (RSI)
-A gap with a lower end of 10.36. Prices tend to fill the gap, which means that the gap is suggesting that the head & shoulders formation will materialize.
-Two pivot point resistance levels, one at 11.23 and the other at 9.92.
-Finally, note that the exchange traded fund (ETF) broke its upward support line on October 28.
So is this a sign of a future correction? Quite possible, but we may see a sideways movement for some time before a testing and possible break of the neckline. Do not forget that small caps usually lead the way with mid-caps following weeks later and large caps always the laggards. Traders could take a short position once the price breaks the neckline at 11.62.
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