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  1. Bears Get Trampled Again - Posted by Coolhand

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    It didn't take long for the market to forget Friday's pullback as the major averages started the new week strong. The market gave back some its gains by the close, but closing gains were not insignificant.

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    The S&P 500 hit a fresh high, while the DWCPF closed near its previous peak.

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    Cumulative breadth remains bullish.

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  2. TSP Talk: A Monday with no gains?

    Stocks opened sharply lower on Monday so it was the first time since November 2nd that we didn't get a gap up open on a Monday. The bulls showed their mettle again however, and the indices bottomed early on in the trading day, and battled back to close with just modest losses. Small caps were an exception as they closed near their lows of the day as they finished out a tremendous month on a negative note. The Dow lost 272-points, and bonds rallied again.


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  3. Market Takes a Break - Posted by Coolhand

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    The market took a breather today. It was overdue on the DWCPF in particular.

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    Price on both charts were down moderately. Volume was elevated. RSI was overbought on the DWCPF and remains overbought even after today's selling. We could see more selling in the short term before a bottom. Looking at the DWCPF we can see that bottoms have been happening quickly the past few weeks.

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  4. TSP Talk: A great November for stocks comes to an end

    Stocks we up on Friday erasing Wednesday's losses in the S&P 500, and in the case of the Nasdaq and small caps, just additional gains and new highs. The Dow gained 38-points so it lagged some and did not get back all of its 174-point loss from Wednesday. Bonds were up as yields fell, and the dollar fell to a multi-year low helping the I-fund add to its monster month.


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  5. Small Caps Continue to Lead - Posted by Coolhand

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    The bulls had another great week last week. Both the C and I funds posted gains of more than 2% and the S fund almost doubled that at over 4%.

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    Price on the S&P closed near the top of its trading range. We can see that there are higher lows along the way, so an upside breakout seems to be in the cards. Price on the DWCPF continues an almost relentless push to the upside and it looking incredibly bullish.
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