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  1. Another negative reversal

    Stocks were down on Wednesday after another wild ride. It wasn't a severe down day, but it was a severe reversal. The Dow lost 167-points or 0.67%, but that looks a lot worse when you factor in the early 303-point gain at the highs just an hour or so before the closing bell, so that's a 470-point intraday turnaround. The S-fund was down a slight 0.15%, which is interesting because the index it follows was down 0.68%.
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  2. Pre-holiday rally become post-holiday reversal

    Stocks were down on Tuesday, following up on the negative reversal on Friday before the long holiday weekend. The Dow lost 255-points and was the laggard with the help of a sell-off in Wal-Mart's stock. The Nasdaq led the way and was up most of the day before dipping into the red in the final hour of trading. ...
  3. Will negative reversal on Friday end rally?

    Stocks rallied early on Friday, but faded and erased some large gains. The indices finished mixed with the Dow adding 19-points or 0.8%, while the S&P was also basically flat. The Nasdaq was down but there were modest gains in the small caps and international funds.
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  4. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up

    Stocks rallied this week recovering some gains lost in recent sell-off. The major indices traded less volatile than the last two weeks though volatility was still greater than where it was prior to the sell-off. The action was similar to the weeks prior to the sell-off as if investors quickly got their confidence back in this market. Traders took the 10% correction and the successful support of long-term trend lines as an opportunity to buy.

    Consumer reports this week provided evidence ...

    Updated 02-18-2018 at 01:06 PM by TommyIV

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  5. Relief rally contnues

    Stocks were higher again on Thursday with a 5th straight explosive rally. The 306-point gain pushed the Dow back above 25,000, but of course there were no hats and horns this time because it is still 1400 points below its high from a couple of weeks ago. Is that where it's heading, or will this relief rally run out of steam before then?

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