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Stocks opened lower on Wednesday although it was a mixed bag as the Nasdaq and small caps stayed green most of the day while the Dow lagged and closed down 22-points, off the 87-point early loss. The S&P and Nasdaq closed very strongly and at the highs of the day creating some nice intraday reversals bars on the charts.
Stocks opened lower on Tuesday morning and chopped around most of the day As soon as buyers stepped in, the sellers pounced, but buyers were also interested once the sellers did their thing and the indices basically closed in the middle of their intraday trading range. The Dow lost 59-points on the day.
Stocks opened higher on Friday after Thursday's positive reversal day. The indices couldn't really hold the opening prices as the Dow closed slightly lower on the day while the S&P gave up about half of its early gains. The Nasdaq and small caps led the way while bonds pulled back.
Stocks were mixed this week with modest gains in small caps while large caps fell short in their fight to break even. A news conference from Donald Trump mixed stocks up Wednesday with his vilified statements about the pharmaceutical industry that catalyzed a sell off in bio-tech stocks. The rise in stocks since the election has been attributed to investors betting on the economy friendly policies expected from the Trump administration. The news conference was an opportunity for investors to get
The market has been a little confused lately with big intraday swings the last few days. The nearly 200-point decline on Thursday morning was followed by a strong afternoon rally that recouped most of those losses, but the indices did close with modest losses. The Dow gave up 63-points while small caps lagged with a 0.53% decline.