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  1. China trade deal sparks rally

    Stocks rallied on a Trump trade Tweet early on Thursday, then later again on news of some sort of phase 1 deal being made. The Dow ended the day up 221-points or 0.79%, which was about the same for the other big two major indices, although they were not able to close at the morning highs of the day, which was a little surprising given the news. Bonds pulled back sharply Thursday after Wednesday's rally.

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  2. Fed gives market what they want to hear - are new highs next?

    Stocks rallied at the open on Wednesday, sunk into the afternoon, then bounced back after the FOMC meeting and the release of the Fed's policy statement. The Dow gained 30-points on the day with moderate gains in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, as well as the Transports, and the I-fund. The S-fund lagged slightly closing just slightly north of flat.

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  3. Working off the excesses of jobs report rally

    Stocks opened sharply lower on Tuesday but buyers stepped up right away to take the indices off their lows and into positive territory, before fading and closing slightly negative. The Dow lost 28-points after Monday's triple digit decline and that's just something we tend to see after a big jobs report driven rally.

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  4. Back to the sidelines for some


    Stocks pulled back Monday to start off an important week for markets. The uncertainty surrounding trade and upcoming scheduled tariffs had some investors swallowing gains and moving to the sidelines. Last week's jobs report gave investors the confirmation bias they needed to have faith in the future of the economy. However it would be an uninformed gamble to buy further into stocks ahead of an FOMC meeting that won't include a rate cut as well as a tariff deadline coming Sunday with no
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  5. Back to the sidelines for some

    TommyIV filling in for Tom Crowley:

    Stocks pulled back Monday to start off an important week for markets. The uncertainty surrounding trade and upcoming scheduled tariffs had some investors swallowing gains and moving to the sidelines. Last week's jobs report gave investors the confirmation bias they needed to have faith in the future of the economy. However it would be an uninformed gamble to buy further into stocks ahead of an FOMC meeting that won't include a rate cut as well as
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