Market Timing Brief for the SP500 Index Close on 12-20-2013: Bounce to an All Time High

A Market Timing Report based on the 12-20-2013 Close published Sunday December 22nd, 2013

The SP500 Index bounced well beyond initial resistance to close the first day above the prior intraday all time high.  We need a couple of daily closes up here to verify the move, but the pre-holiday period is often strong on a seasonal basis.  Tis’ the season!

We were fully invested going into this move, not shaken out by the last pullback, which has worked so far.  Now we see if it sticks.  Note the new targets on the chart below, 1842 or even 1889.  I’ll be following sentiment as usual for clues as to when the next pullback might be.

Note the big spike in volume on Friday?  It is due to option expiration and does not have the meaning of high volume on other days.  Of course the fact that the market broke out to a new high on such a day is still positive.


SP500 Index at a New All Time High

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