Let’s Get Technical

The Market has not done much but chop over the last month. However, as of late, the SPDR S&P 500 ($SPY) has been acting very well technically. In fact, some basic trend-lines have been “dictating” market action. While technical analysis is more of an art than a science, when a trend-line becomes prevalent, then it start becoming more important.

$SPY Daily Chart

As you see below, I have sets of trend-lines drawn. The main one that I have been paying attention to for the last few months has been the blue weekly trend-line. While it looks messy on the daily (cuts through some candles), on the weekly it is very clean. We broke below that earlier this month. However, depending on how you draw your trendlines, we broke through the more “Macro” up trendline today on the gap below.

While all this has been going on, we see a new channel established from the year-to-date high. It is a small, rangy  downward channel. And by no suprise, we bounced off it on Monday. It’s going to be interesting to see if we see some momentum follow through on the break of this channel (either to the upside or downside).


















Here is a look at the same chart but on the weekly time-frame. A little messy but you get my point. Follow the trendlines.

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