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Changing character suggests we are now at greater risk for downside.
And while GE had a lot of positive things to say this week, nobody cares.
We have a different kind of market where you must know the SYMBOLS and know what the companies do that are the symbols.
Wall Street can't ignore rising interest rates forever.
The market's reaction to James Bullard's comments this morning is following an all-too-common pattern.
The negative pattern is so obvious that you have to wonder if it is too obvious.
The McClellan index and put/call ratios are sending conflicting signals.
Stock investors should be paying more attention to Fed policy, less to the 10-year yield.
The word 'retest' immediately comes to mind.
Forget resistance levels, oversold readings and everything else.

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