technical analysis

Consider an 'iron condor' position if you must own T right now.
No one really knows if a major high is in place. 
Remember, the long-term trend is still bullish.
The head-and-shoulders top eventually measures to the 530-ish area.
But a short-term bounce is certainly possible here.
Patience and therefore inaction is the preferred position.
The current market is best suited to short-term traders.
Don't hesitate to stop out on such moves.
I still set up the buy side, but I tighten up my parameters.
Watch out for the Fed's Beige Book.

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