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This Most Recent Decline Has me a Little More Concerned.
Multiple Markets are at Key Levels in a Bullish Market.
The Market Continues to be Driven by the U.S. Dollar, a Move We've Been Covering for Some Time.
Stocks have seen a pretty healthy decline from the highs two weeks ago and we're finally starting to see a test of deeper levels of support.
The weekly charts of stock indexes still act great in this "easy money" environment.
We close out the last day of February with one of my favorite trades on the board right now, the US Dollar.
We begin the week with a fresh review on commodities, starting with precious metals & currencies.
Simpler Options' John Carter looks at a few of the most recent earnings reports from the tech heavy Nasdaq.
Today we're reviewing the markets prior to Wednesday's FOMC minutes.
The battle continues between the bearish trend on the weekly chart and the ferocious short covering rallies we've seen off the lows.