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This and that about the market, the TSP, maybe some politics, and life.

  1. Outside reversal again

    Stocks pulled back on Tuesday with several stories hitting the headlines and investors were left to figure out what it all meant. The Dow lost 172-points on the day, which isn't overly significant, but as you will see in the charts below, there were some negative outside reversal created and that can be bad news - at least for the short-term. The Dow was up about 200-points earlier in the day and down 230 so the swings continue to be rather wide. ...
  2. The market feels like it's behaving normally again, but will that be a good thing?

    Stocks opened higher and closed lower on Wednesday, as it has done all week. The Dow shed another 249-points, even after the announcement of the new top Economic Advisor, Larry Kudlow. Since the market peaked in late January the Dow has had a triple digit move (up or down) in 23 of the 32 trading days so volatility remains alive and well, and that tends to mean the indices are still vulnerable. ...
SPY (C Fund) (delayed)

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DWCPF (S Fund) (delayed)

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EFA (I Fund) (delayed)

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AGG (F Fund) (delayed)

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