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  1. Breakout - or fake out?

    Stocks rallied on Friday, a quadruple witching expiration day, pumping up trading volume dramatically as it typically does. The Dow gained 139-points but it, and the other indices, drifted lower after peaking in early afternoon trading. We saw some key resistance taken out on the S&P 500 as it closed above that 2815 level that we have been talking about, but we did see some negative reversals on the charts by the close.

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  2. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up

    The bulls reclaimed stocks this week without delay. After falling five straight days the previous week, stocks were up four of five days this past week. Along the way new highs for 2019 were produced for the S&P 500 Friday. Nothing major changed from the previous week. More poor economic data was released and the pull back was blamed on it so who knows what investors really care about. We may be back to celebrating data that reassures the Fed will remain dovish.

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  3. 2815 on S&P 500 still holding

    Stocks were down early but battled back and ended the day rather flat and mixed with the Dow picking up 7-points, the S&P 500 slipping 2, and the Nasdaq was down 12. Small caps lagged a bit as we saw yields moving up (bonds down), and the dollar rebounded adding a little pressure to the I-fund.

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  4. Trump grounds Boeing and stops S&P at key level

    Stocks opened higher on Wednesday and quietly built on the gains until we had some big numbers and the S&P 500 was pushing above some serious resistance. That's about when President Trump announced the grounding of Boeing's 737 and we saw some selling and a pull back into the close. Still, the Dow was able to gain 148-points on the day and Boeing, which was down hard again after the announcement, rallied back to close slightly higher on the day.

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  5. S&P 500 stalling near 2800 again

    Stocks were mixed on Tuesday with most of the broader indices tacking on modest gains, but the Dow was down 96-points because of continued selling in Boeing's stocks following the tragic crash over the weekend. That is also negatively impacted the Transportation Index. Internally there were 630 more stocks up than down on the day, and even in the Dow it was 2 stocks up for every 1 that was down despite the loss.

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