This past week the generals (NDX 100) continued to advance (up 0.1%), whereas the troops (Russell 2000) continued their retreat (down -0.43%), explains Buff Dormeier of Kingsview Partners.
Overall, capital outflows outpaced inflows by $47.2 to $36.4 billion. Likewise, the Advance-Decline Line gave up ground this past week but continues to rest above its trend. On a positive note, Capital-Weighted Volume closed up for the week, making a new 2023 high.
S&P 500 (SPX) capital flows are still trending higher, indicating a volume analysis bull market is still in place. Yet, the S&P 500 price index is still currently trapped between 4000 support and 4200 resistance. Until a victor prevails, investors should view this action as consolidation within the trading range.
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