David A. Grogan | CNBC
The S&P 500 hit an all-time extreme early Thursday, nonetheless longtime seller Paintings Cashin knowledgeable CNBC he’s taking a wait-and-see technique sooner than determining whether or not or not shares are coming right into a gradual upside switch.
“The market is an effective tease proper right here,” Cashin acknowledged on “Squawk on the Avenue.” “They go up, seem like they’re breaking out, after which they hesitate. They pull once more into that rectangle [trading range], so we’ll give it a number of days of testing and see what happens.”
The S&P 500 was up by about 0.3% on Thursday. The broad equity index has gained about 1% beforehand month, in distinction with a roughly 4% purchase for the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite.