Stock Market Summary Friday 14th September 2012

Posted by Stephen Sutherland on Fri, Sep 14, 2012 @ 11:21 AM
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Yesterday's market action was positive.

On Thursday the Nasdaq shot up a healthy 1.33% (Point A). With trading volume coming in far above average this indicates institutional buying. That's positive because when institutional investors buy it strengthens the market.

Yesterday I said ''from this point I would like to see the Nasdaq gathering its strength for another attempt at breaking through and then staying above the 3134 level. This would then put an end to this most recent correction.''

The good news is the Nasdaq composite did exactly that, breaking above this key level and on above average volume (Point B).

Leading stocks acted in a similar bullish fashion to the indexes with the vast majority performing extremely well.

The Nasdaq is now hitting levels not seen in almost twelve years. The good news is with no resistance above we should see it fly; the sky really is now the limit. If on the other hand it does pullback from these levels I would like to see the former resistance at 3134 now becoming support (Point C).

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