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Oil takes another dip as energy stocks are stuck in a nasty downtrend.
Don't expect any meaningful change in the Russell 2000 ETF.
If you want to stay active, you'll have to do more homework.
Volume has been well below the recent average.
It's easy for buyers to say on TV they'd love to buy the market 5% lower. What they do when it does fall is often very different.
If you're going to buy on the dip, this is one heck of a dip.
We should see some stabilization.
The blather out of Washington hasn't hurt markets for months, but there's a change happening.
That's been the theme now for weeks, as the president has lost Republican after Republican.
There's still not much market movement.

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