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S&P 500 Stock Market Looks Primed for Breakout Today 9/3/27

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Happy Labor Day Weekend! First, let’s start with the 4 hour bar look for perspective. This thing just keeps grinding away at resistance, while staying around and above the top of the megaphone pattern that began in July.

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Now, the usual one hour look, shows pretty much the same thing. An early 5 day cycle projection points to 4570 here at 6:30 AM in New York. BUT, they haven’t broken out and hourly cycle oscillators are on the cusp. This could still go either way.

The benefit of the doubt should always go to the upside until proven otherwise, so I lean toward that view here. In that case, the initial target lines are around 4562-65.

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