technical analysis

Recent weakness should be a good entry point.
Use the current pullback in HP to do some initial buying, with a risk point at $50.
Use weakness in BEN as an opportunity to acquire some shares, with a close below $30 as the risk point.
If prices stabilize in the $43 to $42 area, try entering the long side with a sell stop below $39.
Buy FLS above $49 on a buy stop, and use $43 as a risk point.
The long-term look for gold and silver still looks good. 
WMT might retrace half or two-thirds of its rally this year,
Lows in the $7 to $6 area should be support.
Investors have sold the stock aggressively, but the pace of the decline needs to slow.
Prices have broken below the lows of 2015, 2012 and 2011; but we will stay on the sidelines, for now.

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