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What Do Quarterly Pivots Say About the Markets?
The ability of the market to continue on the upside Monday was a positive sign as the market internals were considerably stronger than they were last Friday. The A/D lines for the four major ETFs have improved as they have moved above the first levels of resistance. With two consecutive days on the upside, Tuesday's close may be pivotal. Strong earnings after the close from Apple, Inc. (AAPL) and Texas Instruments (TXN) should help to offset the negative numbers from International Business Machines (IBM). The EuroZone markets are higher in early trading despite the report that the Chinese economy grew at the slowest rate in five years. The US futures are also sharply higher. For the Spyder Trust (SPY), the 50% retracement resistance stands at $191.90 with the 20-day EMA at $192.35 and these are the next key levels to watch. The majority of ETFs that I track continue to have weekly closes below their quarterly pivots. Some of the weakest sectors have been below their pivots since the 3rd quarter. It will take a much stronger rally for them to have a weekly close back above their key pivot levels. So which ones are positive?
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