2100 or Bust?

posted Dec 29, 2014, 10:26 AM by Katie Shook

The Santa Rally is on.  We’re at all-time highs on the SPX.  Can we find the 20 points needed to push us over the top?  I’m guessing so.

It’s a slower holiday week.  Volume should be lower (which has been good for this market throughout most of 2014 when this occurred).  Hopefully you’ve all made the nice list!

As you’ve no doubt noticed, the posts are light this week.  I’m putting this chart up mostly so we can say it happened.  For the remainder of the week, the plan is to enjoy family time and hopefully enjoy a final lift in the markets for the year.  If you need to reach our team, we’re still around (in the age of the smart phone it’s tough to actually unplug).  But hopefully you’ve got more important things to deal with.

To you and yours, I wish you a very Happy Holiday Season, Merry Christmas, and the best New Year yet!  

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