Off the Charts

The S&P and Dow both finished within 0.04% of the flat line in another quiet, choppy session for the indices, while the Nasdaq posted gains of 0.48% and finished at 12-year highs. The Nasdaq led the charge in large part thanks to strong moves in big names Facebook (FB) and Apple (AAPL).

The market appears to be awaiting tomorrow's Fed announcement as well as economic data later in the week. The current S&P range is between 1670 to 1700, so those are the micro support and resistance levels, respectively, to watch. As we have been harping on, there continues to be stock specific movement despite the quiet market. In the late summer weeks, the market can often twist in the wind if there is no major price catalyst. For now, less is more....512 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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