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Yamada: Get ready for S&P to hit 2,000

Louise Yamada: Where the S&P is headed

Are you ready for another market milestone?

Judging by the market's short-term trading pattern alone, famous technical analyst Louise Yamada says that the is on its way up to 2,000. Meanwhile, she sees the Dow Jones Industrial Average heading to 17,200.

"With the breakouts that are in place for these indices, I think you could move a little higher," Yamada said on Tuesday's "Futures Now." "You may not see something more contractual until into the fall."

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In the three-month chart of the S&P, Yamada observes a "continuation" pattern that indicated the S&P's upward momentum will continue.

"The measured move for the S&P just for this little continuation pattern suggests around 1,985, so possibly roughly 2,000. And the Dow could perhaps move up to around 17,200 just on the short-term."

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The one concern on Yamada's horizon is the underperformance of the Nasdaq Composite and the Russell 2000.

"There's a little bit of a glitch in the sense that you have a dichotomy in the market. The Russell 2000 and the Nasdaq look a little bit more precarious," Yamada said. "When you start to see part of the markets separate from the leaders, that generally means that under the surface you're seeing some deterioration. But that's not to say that you can't get some improvement here."

—By CNBC's Alex Rosenberg

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