Off the Charts

The market picked up right where it left off last week, flirting with all-time highs in today's session. The rally lost steam in the last hour, but it was still a strong session with the Nasdaq leading rally, closing the day up 0.85%, while the S&P and Dow both logged gains of 0.72%.

The S&P got some healthy rest Thursday and Friday last week, holding nicely above the 1563 support level. The only resistance level to watch now in the index is obviously those aforementioned all-time highs at 1597. The healthy sector rotation that is the hallmark of bull markets is alive and well, with technology stocks now looking poised potentially to play some catch-up....872 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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