Overall, we went from grossly oversold to grossly overbought .
Overreaction seems to be what markets are good at in this 'golden age of electronic trading.'
We used to think of what's in the public's interest when it comes to securities.
This time interest-rate fears have the backing of a strong economy and more aggressive government spending.
President Trump's tax cuts will push U.S. debt much higher, Scope Ratings warns.
A retest of the markets lows will happen, but not as soon as people want.
The market's response to the selloff is changing.
What is the strike price, and/or what the expiration date might be on such plunge protection?
Friday's Groundhog Day action was dramatic but not conclusive.
The question now is whether the selling will gain momentum.

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