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Daily Stock Market Analysis Sept 29 2017 Friday

The Dow and S&P 500 is once again near its all time high. The QQQs and Nasdaq is still performing as expected making higher highs and higher lows in the 60 min chart. So far the stock market is still rising and it may make new all time highs in the near future. We will continue to monitor the lower time frame charts to see if there will be any correction.

Let's take a look at the charts and see what it tells us.

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