Will The Stock Market Finally Break Out On March 15?

Will The Stock Market Finally Break Out On March 15?

I Apologize for missing the morning commentary, I am only one person, and my schedule sometimes can be grueling. I overslept plain and simple, but I guess I needed it.

S&P 500 (SPY)

The S&P 500 went nowhere on March 14, literally. On the bright side, we didn’t give back yesterday’s gains. On the not so bright, the S&P 500 still hasn’t broken out.

I hesitate to say this because my last few calls have been so off, but I shall. The current setup in the chart is what appears to be a symmetrical triangle. That would be a continuation pattern, and it would suggest that the S&P 500 rises above 2,812 and that would indeed trigger a breakout on March 15. What’s the saying; if at first, you don’t succeed, try, try again!

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Oil did break out today rising above $57.80. It sets up a potential move now to around $61.70.

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Copper is consolidating and testing its uptrend today. To this point, that trend has held firm and could send the metal back towards $3.01.

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Facebook (FB)

Facebook continues to struggle. As long as the negative headlines continue it makes it hard for the stock to continue to rise. The level around $173 has become a brick wall, and Facebook can’t get through it.

More bad news for Facebook is hitting tonight, with it’s Chief Product Officer leaving the company. I think there is a good chance this stock does fill that gap at $148, over time.

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Amazon (AMZN)

Amazon continues to struggle at the downtrend, it just can’t break out. The stock is nearly impossible to call lately. I’m doing my best, I promise. 

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Disclosure: Michael Kramer and the Clients of Mott Capital own Apple and Tesla

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