The S&P 500 moved above the 200-day moving average.
- The S&P 500 moved decisively above the 200-day moving average last week and potential resistance is now the 2800.18 level.
- Potential support now becomes the 200-day moving average at 2744.88.
- The rally last week came with only average volume, so we could see a pullback to support soon.
- The RSI is almost overbought which is another sign we could see a pullback to support soon.
- A small pullback down to the 200-day moving average would be healthy for the index. Markets are extended and close to overbought which makes it hard for more upside at this time.
John N. Lilly III, AAMS
Portfolio Manager, RJFS
Partner, Windsor Wealth
The Relative Strength Index (RSI), developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum Oscillator that measures the speed and changes of price movements.
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