Near Term Upside Target Met In The S&P 500 (SPX)
Posted on: Thursday, June 1st, 2017
The S&P 500 (SPX) met our 2430 upside target at the end of trading today, which was first mentioned in our April 25th pre-opening report entitled SPX, DJIA Target At Least An Additional 1%, 3% Advance (access requires subscription), to capture a 2.4% advance in 5 weeks.
Here is the chart from our April 25th report.
SPX daily, January through April 24th 2017
Here is the updated version of that chart as of the end of trading today.
SPX: January through June 1st 2017
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