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  1. TSP Talk: All eyes on Fed after fading follow through

    The good news is, stocks didn't rollover for a second straight day and actually held up well. The bad news is, the highs were made right after the opening bell and decent morning gains turned into small gains to small losses, so there was no upside follow through to Monday's positive reversal action. Small caps and the I-fund did well, but like other indices, they both have some work to do on the charts to improve the technical picture. Bonds were flat and the dollar was down, while gold and ...
  2. TSP Talk: Chinese Evergrande tanks our markets?

    Stocks stumbled on wall of worry on Monday after news that a large Chinese real estate company may default on their debt, and it seemed to be the straw that broke the back of the market after several smaller issues chipped away for a few weeks. The Dow lost 614-points, well off the nearly 1000 points it was down at the lows, so dip buyers didn't stay away for too long, but now we find out if the bears are in a position to sell the rallies in this new downtrend. Bonds and the dollar were up. ...
  3. TSP Talk: S&P 500 suffers 2nd straight losing week

    Stocks were down on Friday capping a second straight losing week for the S&P 500. The Dow lost 166-points on Friday, or 0.48%, and small caps held up well with just a minor loss in the S-fund, and the Russell 2000 was actually positive. The S&P and Nasdaq lost 0.91%, and if you're an optimist you may look at this coming week as a bullish opportunity since there have not been three down weeks in a row all year in the S&P. Bonds were down (yields up) and the dollar rallied adding that ...
  4. Intrepid Timer's Weekly Chart Analysis

  5. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up


    It was a week of choppy action for stocks battling between gains and losses. The C and S-funds were about even with gains for the week going into Friday which is where the two funds diverged. All of the TSP funds were down on Friday but the greatest loss went to the C-fund which was down 0.91% while the S-fund took back just 0.09%. This split the funds giving the C-fund a 0.54% loss for the week while the S-fund ended with a gain of 0.26%. The I-fund lagged the TSP funds with a 0.85% loss
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EFA (I Fund) (delayed)

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BND (F Fund) (delayed)

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