S&P 500 Index end of week

the rally is stalled

Trend following The S&P 500 Index (SPX), end of week after the close, closed down on the Week and Up on the Month. (lookbacks). The Index remains in a long term Upward trend. It is trading at or above a 10% annualized rate of growth over a 200 day ma.

We can see on the stock chart below, the The Index has been struggling with S/R (Support and Resistance Price Reversals) at $2,950. The rally momentum has stopped.  So this is not a Weekly buy signal. On a Monthly basis, and on a long term Uptrend, sure why not?

S&P 500 Index stock chart, Weekly:

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Trend following update on the S&P 500 Index

Today the S&P 500 Index has re-established a long term Upward trend. It has crossed above a trend momentum measure of, at or above, a 10% annualized rate of growth over a 200 day ma. Additionally today, it is trading above last weeks high.

Which do you like? The 10 year US Treasury Note today is yielding 2.13%, and many around the world are 0%.

So we’ll see how the day and the week close.

Trend following uses price action, and ignores news, tweets, FaceBook, hot tips, stock and economics “fundamentals”, and bubblevision (television).