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At least the latest D.C. news took everyone's mind off the VIX.
| May 10, 2017
| 10:39 AM EDT
I was asked to show these two charts and so here they are. They are using common stocks only. 
They've got to be kidding about this 3% growth stuff.
I don't even think it tells us much.
Typically, when something becomes "common knowledge", we see a change.
Maybe folks are a little too complacent.
Lots of stocks are in chop mode or a major decline.
GM, at 4-month low, is holding up its part of the deal.
Monday market wasn't doing what you'd call a volume business.
I think we see another attempt at the highs this week into an overbought reading for the Overbought/Oversold Oscillator.

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