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Rail stocks lead transports as airlines slump again.
Fed minutes have minor impact; bear raid hits airlines.
Oil prices and energy funds slide.
But market breadth has a bearish divergence.
Oil hits low for week; blue chips could surge.
Rally was a nice change of pace, whatever the reason.
Awareness of entry and exit pricing defines a trader's edge better than any other technique.
The most important aspect is that it must hold up over time.
Stocks can't recover from early pullback.
Closing ticks could set higher lows into place.