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The annual line has been red, there is no suspense 3000 points to start a long and short tug-of-war

来源: 证券日报网 2019-12-30 11: 23: 53Source: Securities Daily

There are two trading days for 2019 A shares to be closed. It can be seen that in the final period of the year, the overall upward willingness of A shares is still very strong. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Index successfully crossed 3,000 points again on Thursday (December 26), and finally closed at 3005.04 points on Friday. It just held the 3,000-point integer mark and realized the trend of four consecutive weeks of the week. The cumulative increase within the month reached 4.63. %, The cumulative increase during the year reached 20.5%. It can be seen that there is no suspense for the Shanghai Stock Index's monthly and annual lines to "close in red".

Regarding the trend next week, people in the industry generally believe that the short-term market may start oscillating around 3,000 points.

In fact 3000 points is not so important, it is just a psychological position. Jufeng Investment Consulting said that if the current momentum continues, superimposed capital market reforms and the continued underpinning of foreign capital, once incremental funds are involved, 3000 points may be an important support level in the later period. At the moment, as a psychologically important point, the participation below 3000 points is still relatively high.

Guotai Junan Securities believes that the market's resilience in the near future is sufficient. Despite repeated events, the market's profit-making effect has not diminished. As technology stocks strengthen again, the market's focus is expected to move steadily. There are two trading days left in the year. Both long and short sides may start pulling saws around 3,000 points. In the short term, some high-profile theme stocks may reduce their holdings, which may cause greater selling pressure. (Reporter Zhang Ying)

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