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Sentiment is getting one-sided on bonds.
Earnings gloominess returned to the markets on Tuesday which is probably good for the bulls.
Nasdaq sees lowest volume of the year while S&P closes where it began.
Why a pullback here could be bullish for stocks.
Stocks making new lows tick upwward.
| Apr 19, 2018
| 6:55 AM EDT
We saw very little movement in the Investors Intelligence readings this week but the day traders--errr--invest...
There are signs that investors are beginning to believe in the latest surge.
| Apr 18, 2018
| 7:55 AM EDT
Everyone focuses on gold and while I like gold I have been focused on silver. Yes I have been waiting for mont...
If we don't collapse before next week we should start to see more acceptance of the rally.
Let's look at the Overbought/Oversold Oscillator.


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