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Technical Formation Typically Bullish

As shown in orange at the bottom of the following chart, RSI has an ascending triangle-like formation. A move in RSI above 63 would represent a breakout from what is typically a bullish continuation pattern. Should the triangle break to the downside, the S&P 500 has numerous forms of potential support between 1,396 [...]
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