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After 4 consecutive positive days, stocks pulled back modestly yesterday. A late rally took the indices off of their lows. The Dow lost 14-points, while the other major indices fell about a half of a percent.
For the TSP, the C-fund lost 0.39% yesterday, the S-fund was down 0.83%, the I-fund fell 0.26%, and the F-fund (bonds)
It was another positive day for stocks on Friday, despite Standard and Poor's downgrade of Spain's credit rating. The Dow did finish off of the highs, but held onto a 24-point gain.
For the TSP, the C-fund gained 0.24% on Friday, the S-fund was up 0.63%, the I-fund made 0.60%, and the F-fund (bonds) gained 0.08%.
Updated 04-30-2012 at 09:12 AM by tsptalk
(seasonality chart added, H&S corrected)
Last week, the Total Tracker revealed a modest dip in stock allocations (less than 3.5%), but sentiment was much more bearish as reported by our sentiment survey. That bearish sentiment helped stocks tack on significant gains for the week.
This week, the Total Tracker shows more profit taking as total stock allocations dropped again. Bullish levels rose and bearish levels dropped in this week's sentiment survey, which keeps the sentiment survey in a hold (buy) condition.
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The stock market got off to a slow start last week, but by Wednesday morning, after Apple had reported its strong earnings, the indices caught fire closing in positive territory for the second week in a row after the early April pullback.
It was all green for the TSP funds for the 2nd week in a row. The C-fund gained 1.83% last week, the S-fund was up 2.34%, the I-fund made 0.92%,