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SPX Trend bullish but might encounter resistance at 4235-4250 and maximum lift to 4325 before consolidation sets in.

Wednesday’s breakout wasn’t noticed by many, but set the stage for Thursday’s strong push to new highs for 2023. As noted, several developments happened early in the week that prepared us that the path of least resistance might be higher.

Initially, Technology rebounding was important.  Then, Regional Banks bottomed and moved up sharply this week, directly coinciding with DeMark exhaustion. Additionally, Consumer Discretionary broke out vs Consumer Staples.  This was important and directly related to both defensive groups like Utilities and Staples turning down sharply, while Homebuilders managed to surge within the Discretionary group.

However, $QQQ has gotten stretched, and DeMark counter-trend exhaustion is now in place on daily charts.  Unfortunately for the bears, weekly charts are extending up sharply this week following last week’s completed weekly TD Sell Setup.  While TDST lines are not yet disqualified, this will be something to watch for carefully in the weeks ahead.

An additional minor negative observation concerns the divergence being seen between NASDAQ and DJ Transpor...

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