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rimshot   Sunday, 02/10/19 05:14:17 PM
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" Smaller stocks in the S&P 500 carrying the load in latest gain
Bulls see breadth of rally as sign gains can continue"

"In a week when U.S. stocks failed to rise past their 200-day moving average,
the gauge of equal-weighted stocks provided a cushion.

Broader market participation and a break-out in small and medium-sized stocks
is generally welcome by analysts
and is good for stock pickers, too."

full article from Bloomberg published today -

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-10/equal-opportunity-recovery-weaning-s-p-500-of-its-megacap-habit

$SPXEW - S&P 500 Equally Weighted index daily chart -

* 89-day ema and 50-day ema -- bullish while $SPXEW remains above, which is the current condition

* 200-day ema -- seven daily closes above, which is required
for the continued bullish case

the 200-day simple moving average value area has acted as resistance since mid-October 2018

Note the 200-day sma has zero slope since early January 2019,
and the bullish case needs to see this moving average
eventually display an upward slope

** the lowest chart element displays the
$SPXEW to $SPX daily ratio, which is generally
rising since the final trading day in December 2018
...
meaning broadening participation by the 500 stocks
which make up the Market Capitalization Size weighted S&P 500 index

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=%24SPXEW&p=D&yr=0&mn=5&dy=0&id=p7015164400c&a=554139761

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