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  1. Up, but a reversal down


    Stocks blasted off out of the gate on Thursday morning and the Dow was up about 225-points. The indices then leveled off but by at about 1 PM ET, the price of oil started to drop again, and stocks lost a large chunk of their gains by the close. The Dow ended the day up a solid 63-points, but well off the highs creating a negative reversal day.


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  2. BIENVENIDOS. ES EL TECNICO ANALISIS UNA FALACIA? ES EL MERCADO ALAZAR O NO O AMBOS?

    POSICION 100% S-FUND - 11thDeciembre 2014

    Es el tecnicoanalisis una falacia? Es el mercado alazar o no o ambos? Veamos, pero antes,
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    INVERSION: Es lacompra de algo con potencial de apreciarse y generar ingresos futuros. (Educacion,Bienes Raices, Bonos, Acciones, Etc.), generalmente implica la creacion deriquezas.
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  3. Volatility picks up


    Turnaround Tuesday was followed by Wild Wednesday and the indices revisited Tuesday's lows. Some fell below those lows, and some held. The Dow lost 268-points, something we have not seen in a while, and small caps lost 2%. Oil continues to tumble on global economic concerns.


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  4. Big reversal Tuesday


    Stocks opened sharply lower on Tuesday, but in true Turnaround-Tuesday form, they rebounded strongly with some indices posting big gains by the close. The Dow lost 51-points but the S&P ended basically flat, and the Nasdaq and small caps closed with very solid gains.


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  5. Stocks start week on the downside


    Stocks opened lower on Monday, hovered around the flat-line until about noon ET, then sold off in afternoon trading and the Dow ended the day down 106-points. The excuse was weak economic data out of China and Japan, but we know how quickly the market has been rebounding after dips due to weak economic data lately so its tough to take seriously.


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