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Daily Commentary

July 10th, 2020

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Headline News:

U.S. stock futures were lower on renewed fears that more lockdowns may be required soon, making an economic recovery less likely. Also, earnings season starts next week, and it is expected to be the worse for U.S. stocks since the 2008/2009 financial crisis. Another sign of possible economic weakness was the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield moving down to 0.58%. The all-time low was set back in March 2020 when the pandemic started to affect the U.S. economy.

Markets:

The S&P 500 moved down and touched support at 3115.70, rallied up to resistance at 3181.49, and closed at 3152.05. Volume did pick up but was not enough to cause concern, and the RSI index turned lower to close at 56.48. Potential support will remain at 3115.70, and possible resistance could come in at 3155.53 and then 3181.49. The index is now in a tight trading range, and we will continue our short term stance bullish for now.

We are currently long-term bullish and short-term bullish.

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John N. Lilly III CPFA
Accredited Portfolio Management Advisor℠
Accredited Asset Management Specialist℠
Portfolio Manager, RJ
Partner, DJWMG
Windsor Wealth Planners & Strategist

 

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