The US Stock Market: Coiling For The Next 4-5% Advance
In our previous February 26th update, we pointed out that the S&P 500 (SPX) had risen by 228 points or 9% since January 9th-10th, when our Asbury 6 key internal market metrics and Correction Protection Model CPM) switched back to a Risk On mode, but was testing formidable overhead resistance at 2800 to 2817.
A little more than two weeks later, the lime green highlights on the chart below show that SPX first declined to test primary support at 2752 to 2739 on March 8th, then quickly rebounded to retest 2800 to 2817 resistance.
This quick rebound from support probably represents an aggressive “buy the dip” mentality by what we believe is a large contingent of investors that missed the initial sharp rally off the late December lows, and promised themselves to buy the next minor decline into support — which is precisely what the decline into SPX 2752 to 2739 was. Meanwhile, our Asbury 6 internal market metrics are currently split right down the middle between positive and negative signals. which tells us that investors are collectively uncertain about what the market’s next direction will be.
Once this is resolved, we believe it will lead into at least the next 4% to 5% directional move in the US broad market. Stay tuned.
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