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  1. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up

    The S&P 500 fell for the third week in a row as negative trade headlines and global economic fears continue to have investors retreating. Most notable this week was the gap down into Thursday which solidified another win for the bears. Stocks did end the week with a slight gain on Friday to which credit was given to the bulls for remaining optimistic; but its more likely traders are opportunistic rather than optimistic. The gap down into Thursday was a short-term buying opportunity that any investor ...
  2. Some breakdowns, but a strong close

    Stocks gapped down at the open on Thursday as investors get increasingly apprehensive about a trade deal. The indices did close well off the lows so the intraday volatile swings are still around, and the Dow, down 448-points at the low, closed the day down 286. We got the normal exaggerated move in the small caps, down 1.78% (the Russell 2000 was down 2%), as well as the Nasdaq and Transports which were both down about 1.6%.

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  3. Another choppy day as the back and forth continues

    Stocks were down on Wednesday, chopping around quite a bit during the day before settling somewhere in the middle of the day's trading range. The Dow lost 101-points while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq saw losses in the same neighborhood percentage-wise. Small caps lagged, as did the Transportation Index, and that market leader is in a bit of a technical mess right now, which isn't great news for the rest of the market.

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  4. Stocks rebound strongly, but bear flags still persist

    Stocks opened higher on Tuesday and for the first time in a while, we saw the indices just remain buoyant all day and close near the highs with the bears barely making an effort. The Dow gained 197-points while the S&P, Nasdaq, and particularly the small caps all had strong rallies grabbing back Monday's losses. Bond yields were up so bond prices came down a bit.

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  5. Stocks need a boost to remain above key support levels

    Stocks gapped down to start the new week yesterday, and after a morning attempt to rally back, the indices drifted lower for most of the rest of the day, closing with moderate losses, although a late rally took them off the lows of the day. The Dow, down over 200-points at its lows, closed with a loss of 84. The S&P 500 gave up the ghost as it fell below the key 50-day moving average again.

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