Stock Markert Commentary: Gap and Stall but Large Caps do Better

A strong open failed to re-ignite the old breakouts for Tech markets and volume wasn't exactly jumping off the scale. Large Caps closed at new highs and even managed to register a minor accumulation day.

Of the two tech indices, the Nasdaq 100 did better with a push above breakout support from last week - but the bearish divergence in the MACD has contained the rally. Volume was lacking and the odds favour a test of 20-day/50-day MAs at minimum with rising channel support not far away.

More worryingly for bulls, the Russell 2000 finished below its 50-day MA after spending part of the day above it.

While semi-conductors didn't get close to its 50-day MA and finished closer to its 20-day MA. Not good.

But while there is still buying interest in Large Caps the rally remains in intact - if very (very) long in the tooth. In any respect, can't see Thanksgiving week delivering much on either side of the equation.

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