Off the Charts

The S&P (SPY) opened within a few handles of the all-time highs today but failed to build on the overnight gains as the choppy action continues in the upper level range. The market is beginning to look like a frog in a blender with one red day, one green day, so on and so forth. The S&P closed the day down 0.33%.

Cyprus headlines continue to drive this tape. Stocks initially opened higher this morning after a bailout was ironed out over the weekend, but negative comments from the Dutch Finance Minister about the nature of the bailout triggered the intraday sell-off. Follow-through is hard to come by at this point, making it tough to have much conviction. Overall the S&P is holding above the prior breakout level of 1530 and the 21-day moving average. Will it remain that way to end the quarter this week? ...637 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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