Market Timing Brief for the SP500 Index Close on 11-01-2013: Hanging Onto the Last Breakout by a Thread

A Market Timing Report based on the 11-01-2013 Close published Sunday November 3rd, 2013

The SP500 Index held above the prior breakout at 1759.33 on Friday despite slipping a bit after the Federal Reserve meeting.  That level must continue to hold or we’ll likely ease back to the top yellow line in the chart for starters.  The September high would be the next target if that level fails.  Although there is a risk of a pullback, I’d rather exit while preserving profits than exit early. 

My immediate upside target remains that upper white trend line on the chart that represents the top of the monthly upward channel line.

We are in a similar place to 7-25-2013, but must move back above the Weds. close of 1763.31 to kick back into Bull gear.  Back in July, that sort of action led to one more push up before a significant correction began.

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SP500 Index slipped a bit post-Fed meeting, but is still above the last breakout.

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