Off the Charts

It was a very quiet trading day with volume at its lowest levels of the year. The markets are digesting last week's strong snapback after Tuesday's weakness. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the day up 0.29%, the S&P 500 posted a 0.02% gain and the Nasdaq was down 0.16%. This market is strong, and the bulls remain in control, but digestion is healthy to sustain higher prices in the future. The longer the S&P holds above 1360 and 1364, the 10- and 20 day moving averages, the more confidence momentum bulls will have to stay with this move.

A slew of economic data is scheduled to post this week. Retail sales numbers will post tomorrow morning, the Federal Open Market Committee rate decision will be released tomorrow afternoon, the Philly Fed number is due on Thursday, the University of Michigan Sentiment report will come on Friday and the banks stress test will post at some point this week. Not to mention, Friday is Quadruple Witching....623 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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