With the big heavyweight technology names leading the Nasdaq to new all-time-highs, Bill Baruch takes a look at the charts of Amazon and Apple. Moreover, he breaks down a big volume-area for the Nasdaq. As stocks continue to be in a strong uptrend, the Russell 2000 is the only area of weakness left.
On the global macros front, Bill takes a look at a WTI Crude Oil wedge and a major theme that we've been holding onto throughout this rally in the Gold & Silver markets.
There are also interesting developments in Copper, which come on the back of China-stimulus measures.
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