Individual stock momentum has waned a little bit, and my best short-term market barometer for the market is my 5-day rolling watchlist, and that has been weak. That can obviously change in a heart beat and just tells you that it ain't always sunshine and rainbows.
Below are the stocks on my watchlist that I have an interest in getting long if and only if they go through yesterday's high.
A majority of stocks move in spurts, after a period of consolidation they tend to breakout in the direction of the preceding trend, the spurt typically lasts 3-5 days, here's an example;
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