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  1. Sentiment Survey Results...

    TSP Talk Sentiment Survey results for the week of 7/01/13- 7/04/13

    Hold: The TSP Talk Sentiment Survey came in at 55% bulls, 36% bears, for a bulls to bears ratio of 1.53 to 1. That is a neutral reading in a bull market which means the survey system will remain in a 100% S fund allocation for the week of 7/01/13 - 7/05/13.

    Bull market rules have been in effect since the week of 1/09/12:

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  2. Stocks rally on bad news?


    06/27/13

    Welcome to Bizarro World. A place where good news is bad, and bad news is good. That is about how I sum up yesterday's action after the Dow gained 150-points.

    With GDP growth estimates at 2.4%, you would think that a stock market might be disappointed when the actual first quarter GDP figure is announced as 1.8%. But in Bizarro World, where the Fed will continue to buy bonds at high rates only if
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  3. Will bearishness save us from a crash?


    06/26/13

    Stocks rallied sharply yesterday as the Dow gained 101-points on the day. That's 13 triple digit moves for the Dow in the last 17 trading days in June so far, and 10 in the last 11 days.

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  4. Bounce or free-fall?


    06/25/13

    Stocks dropped again yesterday as the Dow lost another 140-points. We did see a strong mid-day rally that was shaping up as a bullish reversal day, but by the close sellers took control again. The Dow did finish over 100-points off the low, but also 100-points off the high.

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  5. Options Friday stops the bleeding


    06/24/13

    Stocks stabilized on Friday after the 2-day, 550+ point drop in the Dow during the previous two trading sessions. The Dow gained 41-points and the S&P 500 saw a modest gain, but small caps and the I-fund finished in the red again.

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S&P 500 (C Fund)
S&P 500 INDEX,RTH (^GSPC)
DWCPF (S Fund)
Dow Jones U.S. Completion Total Stock Market Index (^DWCPF)
EFA (I Fund)
iShares MSCI EAFE Index (EFA)
AGG (F Fund)
iShares Lehman Aggregate Bond (AGG)
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