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SPY: What a Real Break Looks Like

By Tim KnightStock MarketsSep 13, 2013 02:58PM ET
SPY: What a Real Break Looks Like
By Tim Knight   |  Sep 13, 2013 02:58PM ET
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In spite of finding a lot of individual charts that look like promising short candidates, I will be the first to admit that the broad market has not given any kind of “all clear’ signal to the bears. On the contrary, looking at a trio of exponential moving averages, the bulls continue to chug this thing higher.
SPDR S&P 500 And MAs
SPDR S&P 500 And MAs

If any of you can remember what it was like to have a market that was permitted to trade based upon the economy, as opposed to centrally planned, politically motivated wishes of central bankers, the chart below illustrates nicely how major crossovers portend sea-changes in markets. Ah, how I long for those salad days.
SPDR S&P 500: Crossovers Point To Change
SPDR S&P 500: Crossovers Point To Change

Wednesday's Madness
In any case, I'm already bracing myself for Wednesday’s madness. It could be the most frantic trading day of the year.
SPY: What a Real Break Looks Like

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