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By Lawrence G. McMillanStocks are definitely having trouble with overhead resistance near 4200. This has been a resistance area since last August (it was a failed attempt to close the gap on the...
$SPX 2000-2002
By Lawrence G. McMillanOther bear markets have shown similar behavior: realized volatility increases by a relatively small amount, and $VIX therefore does not accelerate to extreme highs. Often, late...
By Lawrence G. McMillanJoin Larry McMillan as he discusses the current state of the stock market on April 17, 2023.Click here to view this week's charts »This Market Commentary is an abbreviated...
By Lawrence G. McMillanThe rally that began in mid-March is persisting. Market internals remain positive, and that is finally having enough of an effect on $SPX (and the market psyche) to push prices...
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By Lawrence G. McMillanThis article was originally published in The Option Strategist Newsletter Volume 13, No. 3 on February 12, 2004. One of the most tantalizing, yet dangerous,...
By Lawrence G. McMillanJoin Larry McMillan as he discusses the current state of the stock market on April 10, 2023.Click here to view this week's charts »This Market Commentary is an abbreviated...
By Lawrence G. McMillan Van Hemphill was one of the early floor brokers on the CBOE. He eventually partnered with others – some of whose interviews are on this website – to form one of the most...
By Lawrence G. McMillanThe fact that $SPX broke over the downtrend line that had existed for most of February and March doesn't necessarily mean that the $SPX chart is outright bullish, though, for...
By Lawrence G. McMillanThis article was originally published in The Option Strategist Newsletter Volume 4, No. 14 on July 26, 1995. We have written about portfolio protection using...
By Lawrence G. McMillanJoin Larry McMillan as he discusses the current state of the stock market on April 3, 2023.Click here to view this week's charts »This Market Commentary is an abbreviated...

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