Off the Charts

The Dow finished in positive territory for the 19th consecutive Tuesday and hit another all-time intraday high along with the S&P. We are starting to sound like a broken record with talk of "new record highs," but we only write the headlines, we don't make them. The Dow finished the day up 0.34% and while the S&P closed up 0.17%.

During this historic win streak, we have seen many days when it was "off to the races," but today's action was the most choppy we have seen in a while. The S&P opened slightly positive before pushing above yesterday's high, but then failed and pierced below yesterday's low of 1663. In the mid-afternoon the market was able to find its footing and climb back just above the opening price, resulting in a doji-type candlestick. Today was the first time this month that the S&P has traded below a previous day's low, which is remarkable, but of course it's 2013, so the weakness was contained....734 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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