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TSP Talk Sentiment Survey results for the week of 3/04/13- 3/08/13
Buy: The TSP Talk Sentiment Survey came in at 45% bulls, 48% bears, for a bulls to bears ratio of 0.94 to 1. That is a BUY signal in a bull market which means the survey system will remain in a 100% S fund allocation for the week of 3/04/13 - 3/08/13.
Bull market rules have been in effect since the week of 1/09/12:
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The market followed through on Tuesday's rally with another big day, and while the Dow (+175-points), made a new high, the broader indices - S&P 500, Nasdaq, small caps, and Transports - have not done so yet.
That is what a "snap-back" rally looks like. After the 216-point decline on Mondays the Dow rallied on Tuesday; gaining back 116 of those points. I told you the bulls would not give up easily, but do they have enough in them to to take the indices to new highs again?
Stocks opened higher on Monday morning, sporting an early 81-point gain in the first hour of trading. Apparently we're all now concerned about the Italian elections, but I think the market and investors were just looking for a reason to take a break after hitting that overhead resistance.
Stocks bounced back on Friday after Wednesday and Thursday's two-day sell-off. The Dow gained 120-points - the day after our sentiment survey showed only 29% of our readers were bullish.