After a minor gap fill this a.m., the markets immediately found footing to move up to the pre-session SPY $91.75 level, and have remained north of the VWAP ever since. However, that same pre-session price level has proven stiff resistance forming a mild wedge pattern. The VIX officially broke down under 30 with other internals looking mildly supportive, though perhaps tired with the Advance - Decline line fairly low on an absolute basis and the Cumulative Tick (heavy dotted line) net negative, although up-sloping.
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