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  1. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up

    by , Today at 02:17 PM (TSP Talk Blog)

    Stocks bottomed and rebounded strongly this week after the Fed assured investors that interest rates are not going up any time soon. All of the losses in the first half of December were erased in just three days in most indices. Now the market heads into the strongest seasonal period of the year. Will stocks take a breather after the massive rally last week, or will they continue on to new highs?


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  2. Boom II, the Sequel

    by , Yesterday at 06:32 AM (TSP Talk Blog)

    For the second day in a row, stocks had a huge day with Dow adding a whopping 421-points yesterday. Apparently the market isn't all about oil because it was actually down yesterday. The market continues to feed off the dovish statements from the Fed.


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  3. Boom!

    by , 12-18-2014 at 06:18 AM (TSP Talk Blog)

    Stocks opened higher and rallied in front of the Fed's policy statement, and afterward explode even higher. The Dow gained 288-points and we saw 2% plus gains in many indices. Technically, the charts are not out of the woods yet, but Wednesday's action helped.


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  4. Wild day in front of today's FOMC meeting

    by , 12-17-2014 at 05:54 AM (TSP Talk Blog)
    Stocks went on a wild ride on Tuesday, opening lower, surging higher, then closing at the lows. And all this in front of today's FOMC meeting and policy statement, which could also ignite fireworks. The Dow lost 112-points.

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  5. Downside resumes

    by , 12-16-2014 at 06:05 AM (TSP Talk Blog)

    Stocks opened sharply higher on Monday morning, but the sellers were right there to resume the selling we saw on Friday. The bears have been absent for many weeks, but they certainly have not shied away over the last week. The Dow ended the day down 100-points after being up over 100 at the open.


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