Another New High!
The S&P 500 moved to a new high on good volume last week. The S&P traded above the 2400 level and formed a base that continued for four days. It then moved out of this small base on 6/1/2017 and closed at 2432. The RSI indicator, also moved higher which shows there could, possibly, be more upside move this week. The markets will need to move higher on good volume for the new highs to hold. At this time 2403 is the current support if we do see some selling during the trading week.
John N. Lilly III, AAMS
Portfolio Manager, RJ
Partner, Windsor Wealth
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