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Monday, August 30, 2010

SPY Daily Chart w/Today's Intraday Price

-SPY has rebounded to near the top of the short-term falling channel, which is currently around 107.3. There are may economic indicators to be announced this week which could determine whether the overall market would continue its fall, or establish a new pattern by breaking out of the well-defined channel. I would put back on the short position that I recommended to take off when SPY was near 104.2. However, I would take off the entire short position should SPY close above 107.6.

-Technical indicators for the most part are still bearish, but EFV is below its moving average which is bullish and Linear Regression Slope, while still below zero, is above its moving average as well. Implied Volatility on SPY is 24.

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