Chart of the Week: S&P500 Ascending Wedge?

Monday, January 05, 2004 | 11:57 AM

The large cap SPX has formed a bearish rising wedge, while breaking out over the top line of its rising channel. Combining with overbought conditions makes the SPX ripe for profit taking.

S&P500 Ascending Wedge?
Source: Chart of the Day

Any pullback (to the dashed green line) would provide a low risk entry point for new long positions.

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