Stocks are at the top of their up channel, and have become somewhat extended. They remain vulnerable to a pullback.

Extended Market Vulnerable to Pullback (S&P 500 )
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Source: Gary B. Smith, TC2000

The markets up trend line (lower line), they present a lower risk entry point for buying. A violation of that trend line (S&P500 1025-30) would be a significant sell signal.

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