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Even the most bullish bulls are finding this market action tough to navigate.
Small-cap index is in the midst of a major upside breakout.
No one seems to be anxious to buy and no one seems in a rush to sell.
It's the most random day of the week, with stocks all over the map.
The recent trade up to $25 opens things up.
Let your ego take the losses, not your portfolio.
Big Blue should have no trouble paying a dividend yield of nearly 3.4% from earnings, and even hike its dividend.
Slowing momentum suggests a pullback to buy BHP.
Expect the run to continue with a re-test of the 2016 highs soon.
Momentum has been the strongest in many years.

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