The Quasi-Short Week

posted Nov 10, 2014, 10:59 AM by Katie Shook

Monday November 10, 2014

This week is likely to be a little narrower trading range than the last few weeks.  The bond markets will be closed on Tuesday for Veterans Day.  Economic news is generally light.  Earnings season is winding down.  And, at least technically, we’re a little overbought at these levels.

While the overall trend of this bull seems unchanged, the normal ‘breathing pattern’ of the market is looking like this week should be relatively sideways with a range on the SPX between about 2000 and 2056 or so.  Of course, geopolitics can always trump pattern.  But by and large, things appear to be chugging along.

Interestingly enough, there’s been very little recovery yet in the database.  We’re still at about 33% long in the system.  The system has now been in the low 30s for over a month.  With only about 35 trading days left this year — and probably five of those being in the heart of the holiday season — the Santa Clause Rally and the 2160 ‘high’ target for the SPX could get interesting.  The 2086 target, however, looks like it wouldn’t take too much of a stretch to see by year end.  We’ll see…

Daily Digits

Daily Digits 11-10-14

Weekly Estimated Range

Weekly Estimated Range 11-10-14

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