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Nothing about Monday's action hinted at today's rally.
Charts suggest further gains are limited.
Failed bounces are the stuff of downtrends.
There are plenty of reasons for the selloff, not the least of which is White House chaos.
In a slow season with little news, it's probably better to just stay away.
A weak market close would boost the bears, while a strong one would aid bulls.
Judging by how little people seem to care, more volatility is a good bet.
The real good names just aren't coming in.
The stock might need to take a rest before moving higher.
Latest breakout encourages continued long trading.

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I reached out last week to my close friend Ken Shreve, who is a prominent writer for the IBD.  I asked Ke...
I reached out last week to my close friend Ken Shreve, who is a prominent writer for the IBD.  I asked Ke...
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