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People are starting to notice how bad the banks are.
I do not expect this rally to be an easy one.
But it seems folks are most upset over the banks.
Pattern is probably a result of the market being oversold. Still.
It would help use up this oversold condition.
Boats take on water and tip, but the majority rarely sink to the bottom.
There was too much volume for it all to be 'technical.'
Call it what it is: A bear market.
| Jan 13, 2016
| 11:08 AM EST
If you want to use some statistical evidence you can use options ratios to see how folks are positioning thems...
| Jan 13, 2016
| 10:35 AM EST
I wrote about this subject of 'too many looking for the bounce' a few days ago. That's the way it often is whe...


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