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And action in many individual stocks was extremely painful.
There are glaring similarities to 2013 that could tempt the bulls.
The odds favor a near-term correction.
Divergences like these are simply unhealthy.
Here's what to watch, and how to trade it.
I would look at pullbacks for entries. 
Keep in mind that today is a quadruple witching expiration.
We could gap over this, but it's something to watch.
Initiative buyers lack motivation to take control.
If you own a portfolio of individual stocks, you feel it.

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