On the other hand, the S&P barely budged. It closed on a 'neutral' doji on higher volume distribution. Technicals remain bullish and don't show topping factors yet.
The Nasdaq finished with a closing gap lower, but unlike the S&P, volume didn't register as distribution. Aside from relative underperformance, technicals are positive.
The Dow was the only exception, it was able to post small gains.
If today is the start of profit taking then tomorrow should see more of the same. Meanwhile, pullback buyers will likely wait a few more days before committing.
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