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Today, we take a closer look at the S&P 500 Index (INDEXSP:.INX). More specifically, can the S&P 500 July breakout continue into late summer/fall without the assistance of China, the transports, and crude oil?
Here area few nuggets of interest to keep an eye on:
- Spring/Summer 2015, Transports and China topped, Oil bounce topped, Yield Curve and Yuan broke down.
- These traditional “growth” indicators have continued sideways to down.
- While S&P 500 has v-shaped repeatedly off these and other scares (Iran, terror, Brexit, EU).
- The rebounds ostensibly lie on the backs of further easing from global central banks (Helicopters).
We often ask rhetorically: “It doesn’t matter until it does”? (in terms of divergences)
With the S&P 500 reaching new highs this Summer (Brexit bounce/jobs data), is Everything Awesome? Will the S&P 500 July breakout stick?
Does it matter in a world of central bank “whatever it takes”? Extra Credit:
“Everything is Awesome” bounces
Thanks for reading and best of luck out there.
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