July highs should not represent much in the way of resistance.
We look for strength to $36 for starters.
A longer-term view of oil's issues offers bulls hope.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
There's lots of negativity, but dip buyers are showing up.
The move to stocks like those of Micron or Oracle, which recently reported good numbers, usually doesn't happen so early in the day.
Its price is likely to be hurt by some selling in the short run, so take the proper precautions depending on where you bought.
The charts are indicating that a short-term pullback in the name could become more likely.
If dip buyers don't take advantage of early weakness and we close poorly, it will be a big negative and likely would push the market into a downtrend.
The E-Mini futures are below short-term moving averages.

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