The S&P 500 looks to be making an Elliott-wave 5th wave from the low in March.
Note, this isn’t a “final” wave to the entire push up from October just yet in my view, but just a likely 5th wave from March. This means that after we rally up into 4215-4230, we’ll likely see a backing off, and then important to watch price, breadth and participation.
Small caps and Growth have both begun to show warning signs in recent days with underperformance. Technology remains a mixed picture.
Overall, above 4168 keeps trends bullish and key support for this larger uptrend lies at 4110.
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