Stock Market Commentary: Breakouts Fail

Markets broke out - tettered - then break down as attempted pushes to new highs reversed markets back into their prior ranges; the bad news for bulls is failed breakouts typically travel in the opposite direction very quickly. The Nasdaq is hanging on to its 20-day MA with channel support and the 50-day MA nearby to lend a hand; but if the latter break then it will be a smart run to the exits.

Large Caps are looking more vulnerable; Dow has already lost 20-day MA support and hasn't yet made a test of its lower channel.

Small Caps haven't entirely given up the ghost - but the breakout is looking very shakey. Converged 20-day and 50-day MAs will be important to hold.

Semiconductors are also doing their bit to keep bullish momentum rolling.

But it's hard to be optimistic for the S&P; there is a huge void down to the 200-day MA.

What will Friday bring?

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