Off the Charts

The market could finally be gearing up for summer. It was a fairly quiet day in the indices after the large travel range in the S&P from Thursday's pivot low of 1598 to this morning's high of 1648. Overall, it was healthy to see the market digest today after recent volatility. Losses today were minimal as the S&P closed down 0.03%.

The S&P bounced impressively last week, initially rebound Thursday off the 50-day moving average, which coincided with retest of the prior breakout level of 1597 to 1601, and then accelerating after Friday's jobs report. The prevailing tone in the market remains bullish, but the recent pullback has traders more on their toes. Today's action suggests the market is not ready to snap back all the way to new highs, but we will take another look at broad index and sector composure after a few days of rest....633 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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