Consumer Durables

Finding bullish and bearish reversals in the market.
The lack of intraday fluctuations makes trading very challenging.
'What's next?' appears to be the dominant question, but you might not like the answer.
Investors will make up their minds soon enough.
The action has had a positive bias even though it has been quite mixed.
There's one going on now.
I see little in Apple's newest iPhone that peers don't already offer, leaving room for disappointment relative to optimistic expectations.
Investors frequently sell at the moment they should be buying.
Events that would normally give investors pause have merely primed the pump.
Finding bullish and bearish reversals in the market.

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