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  1. TSP Talk: Small caps struggling. Double top for Nasdaq

    Stocks opened lower yesterday after the FDA announced that it is pausing the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine, but as the day wore on the news of benign inflation Consumer Price report came out and helped push prices higher. The Dow lost 68-points but the broader indices performed quite well, although a late dip took them off their highs.

  2. TSP Talk: More quiet choppy action before bank earnings

    Both the bulls and the bears took shots at the indices yesterday, and by the bell both were left standing in basically a draw, but the bears may have landed a few more punches as we saw a little more red than green. The Dow lost 55-points while the S&P 500 and small caps were flat. Bonds were flat as well. The Nasdaq lagged with a modest loss.

  3. TSP Talk: Is this the melt up?

    Another quiet day turned into a charging bull by the end of the day as the indices rallied hard into the closing bell on Friday. We saw slight gains in the Dow and S&P for most of the day, while the Nasdaq and small caps spent most of the day in negative territory - until those final 30 minutes of trading. The Dow ended the day up 297-points, and while most of the indices were green, as you'll see below, the early negative pressure had the breadth mostly negative on ...
  4. TSP Talk: Quiet action favors the bulls

    After a weak open on Thursday, the bulls grinded the indices higher on light volume right into the close. It was a very quiet day of trading, and quiet trading almost usually favors the bulls, as the bears wait for some reason to make another move. The Dow gained a modest 57-points but the Nasdaq and small caps led on the upside with 1% gains, despite some signs of economic weakness.

  5. TSP Talk: Stocks mixed as market news quiets down

    It was another choppy, low volume trading day that saw the indices close mixed on the day. The Dow battled back late from early losses to close with a gain of 16-points, and the S&P added a similar modest percentage gain. The Nasdaq was down but the FAANG stocks were up holding the losses to a minimum. Small caps, on the other hand, were the victim yesterday with the Russell 2000 falling 1.6% and the S-fund giving up about 1%.

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