Off the Charts

The market recouped this morning's premarket losses by the end of today's half session heading into the July 4 holiday. The indices finished the day in the green, the S&P ekeing out a small gain of 0.08% while the Dow and Nasdaq both closed up 0.30%. Crude oil was the hot topic in today's session as it reclaimed the $100 mark, finishing up 1.01%.

The compelling arguments for the bears and the bulls remain. On the bears' side there is resistance at the 50-day moving average at 1623 as the S&P failed there in both yesterday's and today's sessions. There is also a series of higher lows in place. As the S&P trades below the 50-day moving average, there is reason to have a more cautious approach to the market. On the bulls' side, there are stocks breaking out to new 52-week highs in this market....454 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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