Market Timing Brief for the SP500 Index Close on 12-06-2013: More Upside?

A Market Timing Report based on the 12-06-2013 Close published Sunday December 8th, 2013

The SP500 Index could decide to pull back from right here, but my sentiment analysis (go to access page after getting free password via the subscription link below) says otherwise.

The next upside SP500 targets are 1831 (top white line below) or 1883 (green line below) if it really stretches on the money flows from discouraged bond investors.  They aren’t used to losing money on their investments, especially when they’re told their money is safe.


The SP500 Index is hitting the top red line but may make it to one of the upper two channel lines.

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Look for updates on the main chart tracking pages this week as I feel they are needed and comments via Twitter.

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