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Sentiment indicators suggest stocks may be heading for a slide later this week.
I want so desperately to tell you that Friday's action changed the indicators, but I can't.
More often than not, it's when the spread goes back to positive that the real volatility picks up.
Why were there more new lows than new highs for the Nasdaq on Thursday?
| Aug 02, 2018
| 7:05 AM EDT
In my morning column I note that it won't take much to shift sentiment to bearish if we get a bout of volatili...
I have seen a lot of complaining by both bulls and bears lately.
I fully expect Wednesday's market chatter to be all about whether it is safe to get back into the beaten-down growth names.
We all know the real market move will be contingent on what Apple reports on Tuesday.
But it was the number of stocks making new lows on Nasdaq that makes me think we're not quite done with the volatility yet.
Watch out for how bonds react to Friday's GDP number.

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