|Day Low/High||45.87 / 46.98|
|52 Wk Low/High||44.50 / 62.53|
We've come down hard, and yet it's possible to make a case for both the bulls and the bears right now.
It's unclear why this sector got hit Monday, but this should be taken as a warning.
The market should see another rally attempt just as we head into Labor Day.
A down day is possible in the next few days, but we also have the Labor Day holiday coming up.
It's easy to say that after the month we've had, but a big up day on quiet volume is not necessarily bullish.
The skeletons are coming out of the closet, but a tradable rally the week before Labor Day still looks possible.
After a good low, the market should be able to rise easily; instead it seems we're running out of time to rally.
If they stay on the downside for at least another week or so, we could see a low worth buying.
We can't get them without a lower low somewhere, and not one of the major averages made a lower low Thursday.
With the potential to get overbought next week, long positions should consider taking some profits.
As the oversold rally continues, the market may be setting up for a retest of the lows next week.
An improved offer from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange sent shares of the exchange to new heights.
The women's clothing retailer's shares were boosted by an earnings beat.
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