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Support / Resistance Lines
16 September: This is healthy! Consolidation in progress.
14 September: Indications continue of more falling prices. See Charts 0500 and 0510
2 September: Market rising
September: Charts 0015 and 0016 show S&P 500 well above the Long Term Trend
August: Charts 0015 and 0016 show S&P 500 well above the Long Term Trend
July: Charts 0015 and 0016 show S&P 500 dangerously above the Long Term Trend
June: See Charts 0015 and 0016. S&P 500 well above the Long Term Trend
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MEDIUM TERM (Weekly), Chart 0014: S&P 500 Weekly: Trending Bullish on 17Sep21
LONG TERM (Monthly), Chart 0015: S&P 500 Monthly: Unsustainably Over Trend on 17Sep21
0000 - 0000: Commentary
0010 - 0999: Sectors, Indexes, Long Term
1000 - 1999: United States
2000 - 2999: International
3000 - 3999: Metals, Oil/Gas, Bonds, Innovation
5000 - 5999: Leveraged
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0000 - Market Commentary: This Chart is used for observations and comments of general interest.
5July20: In most cases, the last five weeks have actually been NEUTRAL
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