Volume Analysis | Flash Market Update – 8.14.23
Both the generals represented by the NDX (Nasdaq 100) and the troops symbolized by the Russell 2000 maintained their seasonal descents this past week. The Nasdaq 100 experienced a decline of 1.62%, mirrored by a corresponding 1.64% slide in the troops as indicated by the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM). The S&P 500 saw above average outflows of $53 billion, surpassing weak inflows of only $28 billion. Although market breadth experienced a decrease during the week, the Advance-Decline Line remained relatively unscathed. Similarly, our prominent Capital-Weighted Volume and Dollar Volume metrics ceded ground but continued to exhibit robust upward trends. The S&P 500’s next level of support is situated at 4385, with a more substantial support base at 4200. Resistance for the S&P 500 is anticipated around the 4525 mark, with notable resistance prevailing at 4635.
Grace and peace my friends,
BUFF DORMEIER, CMT®
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