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Friday, June 12, 2009

June End of Week 2

Not much was resolved this week, as we grind along in this channel of ours.
The S&P (and in turn, the SPY) registered the highest close of this range, but the volume was practically non-existent.
Here are the weekly charts:
And the S&P500Today's activity in SPY was purely sideways, until late in the day where we got two errant TICKs in both directions, with zero follow-through.This 15-min chart illustrates how unwilling price is to have any bearish tones. When our 20- & 50-EMA's crossover to a bearish orientation, they quickly recover (within the same day even!).And, yet again, we are left within this range of ours.

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