Daily Report : The S&P 500 Finally Cracks its 50-Day Average as NYSE Securities Weaken Further; Have a Nice Week(?)

For the first time in many months, the S&P has suffered consecutive closes below its 50-day average. At the same time, fewer than 60% of securities on the NYSE have held above their 200-day averages, ending one of the longest streaks in history.; Last week we highlighted a monthly stock market anomaly that "hides in plain sight." In this piece, we focus solely on performance within a particular period during the month of September.

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