Yesterday's market action was positive.
On day four of a new rally attempt, the Nasdaq pulled back 0.7% in tame volume indicating reluctance to sell from institutional investors.
Although technically we did see a day of professional distribution on the S&P 600, when we look at the volume we find it coming in less than the previous days.
Another positive is both the Nasdaq and smallcaps remain above their 50 day moving averages.
The global materials sector matched the market and India and Russia beat the market. Leading stocks action was positive.
In summary even though the market appears to be getting back on its feet, I'd still like to see a successful follow through sometime this week.
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