No major changes to the allocations from last week, but then cash levels were high then and remain high now.
Here's the charts:
The Top 50 reined in their stock exposure for the second week in a row. Last week their stock allocation was sitting at 21.54%, which is pretty conservative.
Now it's lower.
For the up coming week, the Top 50 lowered their overall
10/22/11 Breakout is a good sign,but short-term question marks Stocks rallied strongly on Friday turning what looked like was going to be a negative week into another positive one. The action comes as we head into an important weekend for the Eurozone as they continue to put together a plan to try to tame the debt crisis in Greece.
For the TSP, the C-fund gained 1.14%, the S-fund added 0.44%, the I-fund slipped 0.44%, while the F-fund (bonds) was up
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We've broken out to the upside, but because it was on OPEX the breakout may be suspect. At least in the short term anyway, because it can create a deceptive market environment. But don't take my comments as either bullish or bearish, only that technicals can change once OPEX is over.
As we've been hearing most of the week, this weekend there will be a EU summit, the first of two, where EU leaders hope to craft a plan to address their debt
Stocks bounced around again yesterday and when the music stopped, the indices were mixed but the Dow's 37-point gain made it 11 straight days of down - up - down - up... closes.
For the TSP, the C-fund was up 0.46% yesterday, the S-fund gained 0.34%, the I-fund fell slipped 0.06%, and the F-fund (bonds) gave up 0.04%. The S&P