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

  1. The action remains quiet while the Hindenburg Omen warings add up

    Yet another mixed and flat day for stocks as the quiet, light volume trading continues on Wall Street. The Dow lost 2-points, the S&P gained 3, and the Nasdaq lost 3, and the Russell 2000 lost 39 cents. It's been a yawner this week with earnings winding down, the impeachment hearings going on, the China trade deal appearing good but in limbo, and interest rates down, but not going lower.

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  2. Another quiet day for stocks despite some hurdles

    Stocks were mixed once again with the Dow leading the way on the upside. Like Boeing the other day, Disney came out with some intraday data about signups to their streaming service and it helped the Dow outperform the broader indices, gaining 92-points. 70 of those came from Disney's gain. Meanwhile the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each saw small moves, one up, one down. Bonds had a good day as the yield on the 10-year Treasury fell back below 1.9%.

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  3. Peaking or bull flags?

    Stocks were flat to slightly higher on Tuesday with a morning rally losing a little steam in afternoon trading and taking the indices into negative territory. A final hour bounce took the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq back out of the red and into the positive side, although Dow closed exactly flat, which is certainly a rare event. Don't forget that the TSP share prices below include Monday and Tuesday's market action, so they won't match Tuesday's tracking index.
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  4. Yield curve steepens, but...

    Stocks were mixed on Monday, although mostly lower because only a big 4.6% gain in Boeing's stock, which was responsible for more than100 positive points in the Dow, kept it in the green.

    The Index charts below on the right are from Monday's market action but the share prices on the left are from Friday since Monday was a Federal / TSP holiday and there were no TSP share prices posted. Tuesday's share prices will reflect the changes from
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  5. A trade pop and reversal

    Large cap stocks were pushed to record highs at Thursday's open after the Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesmen remarked that the U.S. and China will cancel equal amounts of tariffs in the Phase One trade deal. The news was mostly priced in at the open and stocks stayed afloat in record high territory for most of the day. Prices faded late in the trading hours after the validity of these comments were questioned. There was a lack of confirmation from the Trump administration and a concern China ...
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