The S&P 500 moved higher again last week as the bullish momentum following the U.S. election continued.

Our views haven't changed on this market. We are still looking to get long on weakness, ideally down near support around the 2,150 area to 2,106 on a one-hour, four-hour or daily chart price action buy signal.

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