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Stocks rallied at the open on Tuesday, and never looked back. There was a little selling into the close to take the indices off their highest levels of the day, but the 213-point gain tells the story. Some descending resistance was broken, but it was the 8th consecutive day of alternating losses and gains, so does that mean today will be down?
GDX remains in the downtrend. However, the lower trend line is angled slightly more bearishly than the upper. In my opinion, this indicates that bearishness is accelerating.
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Stocks chopped around in a tight range for most of the day on Monday, but closed near the lows. The bulls would pop the indices higher, but the bears swatted them back down. By the close stocks were down very slightly with the Dow slipping 8-points. Volume was light and as folks on Wall Street might say, yesterday was a waste of cab fare and a clean shirt.
Stocks gapped up higher on Friday morning and we saw some decent gains across the board, but some afternoon selling took the Dow and S&P 500 well off their early highs. The Dow ended the day up 66-points, which was about half of the 135-point gain it had before noon.
Welcome to the month of May, where the wolves run wild and the sheep are scared.
Cutting it short this week, mostly just to get June's ESD published. I've missed posting the previous two weekly blogs and since I will be traveling back to the states next week, I'll most likely miss the next two. Either ways, the seasonality is playing out rather well, and if things go as expected, perhaps there will be a good opportunity to take another short-term entry soon, and another long-term entry