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  1. Breadth is Going Vertical - Posted by Coolhand

    Quote Originally Posted by coolhand View Post
    The wall of worry is alive and well, isn't it? Stocks continued their climb today, slowly recapturing ground from lows hit March.

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    Price has been above the 200 dma on the S&P for several days now. I would call that average potential support at this point. Price on the DWCPF closed at a fresh high above that same average. Momentum is bullish and rising. We aren't off to the races, but as long as the trend
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  2. Busy week coming with riots, China, and jobs report

    The week ended with some fireworks late Friday after President Trump addressed the status of U.S. - China relations. The market may have been expecting a more hawkish tone from Trump, but ultimately the fact that the trade deal remained intact for now, and no sanctions were announced, was seen as bullish and the FOMO kicked in late Friday after we've had a series of strong Monday's (Tuesday for the holiday week) for stocks. Of course the issues with China are not going away and the weekend was ...
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  4. Bulls Remain in Control - Posted by Coolhand

    Quote Originally Posted by coolhand View Post
    The bulls did well last week, posting more than 3% gains in the C and S funds.

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    The 200 dma remains a battleground, but so far that average is supporting price on the S&P 500. I am not concerned about it failing with the smart money taking more bullish positions.

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    Breadth remains bullish.

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  5. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up

    Stock indices gapped up and traded in positive territory for the second consecutive week. Liquidity provided by the Fed has been the blood of this rally while optimism of an eventual recovery (no matter how far away) has been the heartbeat. The first half of May had analysts sure that the rally had run its course and the 'bear market' would show its ugly side. The second half including this week demonstrates the market has unreasonable capabilities. Banks had been a lagging and concerning entity ...
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