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By Lawrence G. McMillan

The Standard & Poors 500 Index ($SPX) has made repeated new all- time highs -- both intraday and closing -- over the past three weeks. This action has, of course, resulted in a "bullish" $SPX chart.

The bears have made several attempts to sell the market intraday, but each time it seems to quickly regain strength   especially late in the day.

Equity-only put-call ratios have remained bullish, AS well.

Market breadth has been week.  As a result, both breadth oscillators registered sell signals on Monday and Tuesday of this week. These sell signals are still in force.

Volatility indices have bounced around at...

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