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  • The S&P 500 is trading 0.66% higher on Monday as the Nasdaq struggles.
  • The price is still well on its way to the all-time highs.

S&P 500 10-minute chart

The S&P 500 has a minor blip after the open before normal service resumed. The price fell to 3,337.00 and has now settled near 3,359.50. Travel and entertainment companies top the S&P 500 and it was a pretty mixed session in the EU leading into the US open. 

The chart below shows a strong resistance line at 3,362.50. If level breaks to the upside then there could be a decent chance the all-time high maybe tested this week. On the downside, the red horizontal line is the previous wave low and if it is taken out then the next support could be the low of the session. 

The indicators are looking pretty bullish. The Relative Strength Index is above the 50 level which is positive. The MACD histogram is in the green but the signal lines are below the mid-level. 

Overall, the price is still in a decent uptrend. There is some volatility on the lower timeframes but when the price dips the bulls manage to push the index back up again. It seems buy on dips is still the major theme.

S&P 500 intraday chart

S&P 500 weekly chart

The S&P 500 bulls look like they are heading to hit the all-time high at 3,395.25. The high could be a resistance point but if the Nasdaq and gold are anything to go by we could be in for an interesting run.

S&P 500 all time high

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