S&P 500 Breaks to New Highs, Change in Technical Condition in 2 Market Days

Amazing what 2 solid back to back days can do for the technical condition of the market (S&P 500).  From closing below the 20 day moving average (for the first time since November) Friday, to a break out over yearly highs Tuesday at noon.   Unlike November, when a small technical break led to some weakness for a number of weeks; this time around it was not even a glancing blow.

Now the question returns, do we start a new “V-shaped” rally that has marked so many of the upside moves since March 2009?  Long side traders can now play the market from the long side using S&P 1302 as their base…. it remains the remarkable, unshortable market.

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Mark Hanna is President and Owner of Hanna Capital, LLC, a registered investment advisory firm. Mark has been a follower of markets since the late 80s, with a focus on individual equities since the mid 90s. He has been a well known commentator in the financial blogosphere for the past 5 years, following a career in corpoporate finance and accounting. Mark attended the University of Michigan where he graduated with a degree in Economics.

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