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  1. Stocks breakout to new highs before jobs report

    Stocks rallied on Thursday pushing the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq into new high territory as we
  2. Gap filled, then big reversal

    Stocks ended the month of May with small losses on Tuesday, but it was a very productive day for the bulls as steep early losses, which filled the open gap on the S&P 500, recovered to close well off the lows. The Dow gave up 21-points with most major indices closing within a narrow 0.10% of break-even on the day.
  3. Minor post-holiday losses reverses minor pre-holiday gains

    Stocks started the post-holiday week with a bit of a reversal from last week's action. The light volume small gains late last week were met with light volume small losses on Tuesday. That ended a 7-day winning streak for the S&P 500. The Dow lost 51-points on the day and the losses
  4. Slow holiday action last week favors bulls

    Stocks were almost dead flat by the close on Friday but the 75 cent gain in the S&P 500 made it a 7th positive close in a row. The Dow slipped 3-points on the day and no matter you slice it, it was a light volume slow day for stocks.

  5. A Positive Week

    While the market was largely flat on Friday (that bullish OEX P/C was apparently not enough), the week ended in the green as all three TSP stock funds moved higher.

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    The S&P 500 is hitting fresh all-time highs after finally breaking through resistance in the 2400 area last week. Volume has been falling off a bit on the way up and strength went flat on Friday.

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