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On June 8, we wrote that S&P 500 looked like it was set-up to take its next leg higher. Today the S&P broke 2,450 setting a new record.
The trend in the S&P 500 is very powerful and it would seem we have no started that next leg higher after some consolidation around the 2,430 level.
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We also wrote on June 1, that Biotech appeared to be coming back to life, after forming a reverse head and shoulders on an intraday chart. Today the iShares NASDAQ Biotech ETF is up about 2.5 percent and trading at $300.
If Biotech is able to come back to life and officially breakout then the market could really start to have some legs for a further rally.
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