Daily Market Commentary: Markets Breaks Higher

The semiconductor index had the best of the day's action, climbing 2% and taking out the September high with ease. This move wasn't entirely followed by the Nasdaq and Nasdaq 100, although a minor breakout did materialize in the Nasdaq.

The S&P cleared the tight consolidation from the past few days, but the extent of the reaction wasn't as great as I thought.

The Russell 2000 kept its mini-follow through rally running, but again, nothing spectacular.  Bulls will be pleased too.

I don't think bulls are done, with the semiconductor index likely to continue their good form.  The Nasdaq and Nasdaq 100 should benefit from its strong performance, although they haven't - yet - gone along for the ride.


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