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Stocks haven't moved much over the past 10 days, but breadth has held up well.
Markets are nearing overbought status.
While individual days are seeing relatively low volume, on a cumulative basis it's performing well.
Breadth remains positive for now, but stocks will be overbought soon.
Market bulls have about a week to make the rally work before stocks are back in overbought mode.
Many indicators are on the precipice, but so far they're only threatening to go off the edge.
The message in the charts all depends on how you choose to look at it.
In spite of some big declines, market internals were fairly strong on Tuesday.
The latest S&P 500 trading range resembles one from July and August.
A breakout is coming, but which direction is still unclear.


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