Chug Chug

posted Jul 2, 2014, 9:10 AM by Katie Shook
July 2, 2014

We’re probably not going to see the S&P500 over 2000 this week — but I’ll be surprised if we don’t see the DOW over 17,000.  This market has been like the little engine that could: it thinks it can, so it keeps on climbing.  With only two trading days left this week, it’s asking a lot in this low-volatility environment for the S&P500 to add 27 points.  It’s not impossible – it’s just not likely…  the real interesting story ought to be next week.  But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Daily Digits

Daily Digits 7-2-14

Weekly Estimated Range

Weeklies 7-2-14

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