Be advised: It probably isn't done letting the bulls down.
There is concern about the execution of the Trump fiscal agenda and uncertainty about the impact of any Fed rate hikes.
And we still have the jobs report to finish the week.
Blink and you could miss it; but it could turn out to be significant.
The list begins with oil, but there's a ripple effect.
Lots of stocks are in chop mode or a major decline.
Surge in shares likely just another blip on downward path.
We are sidelined, as the on-balance-volume line signals more selling.
U.K. assets are in for volatility due to Brexit rancor and an election campaign.
The charts are not that hot for oil giant.

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