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Stocks did not rollover after Monday's big rally, but the market did not exactly follow-through on it either. The Dow closed up 33-points after opening on the downside, and being as much as 100-points up two different times during that day. For the TSP, the C-fund gained 0.26% yesterday, the S-fund was down 0.08%, the I-fund was up
Stocks rallied strongly yesterday as we saw 3% to 4% gains across the board, but the bond market didn't rejoice and that may be a problem. The Dow gained 291-points on the day.
For the TSP, the C-fund gained 2.94% yesterday, the S-fund was up 3.89%, the I-fund jumped 4.20%, and the F-fund (bonds) gained 0.14% (corrected). As we
Last week the stock market suffered its worst Thanksgiving week since 1932. Every trend, tendency, seasonal bias, and extreme indicator reading was thrown out the window, and the market did what it wanted to do, which apparently was to go down.
The Dow lost 236-points on Wednesday and, after being up 104-points early, closed down 26-points in the abbreviated trading session on Friday.
Stocks could not muster a relief rally. The Dow lost 54-points, and the loss makes it 5 down days in a row for the S&P 500. The holiday shortened week begins its 2-day seasonal strong period so we'll see if that streak can be broken today. For the TSP, the C-fund lost 0.41% yesterday, the S-fund fell 0.63%, the I-fund dropped 0.31%, and the
Stocks were rocked yesterday on news out of Europe and the realization that our "Super Committee" will not be so super. The Dow lost 249-points, which was 90-points off of the lows, but not quite enough to say it was a reversal day. For the TSP, the C-fund fell 1.86% yesterday, the S-fund lost 1.93%, the I-fund dropped 2.80%, and