Cyclicals or soft goods? Old faves or new faves? Everything hinges on these darn bonds. And they are playing it close to the vest. They are not telling us yet which way we should lean.
Look at the pastiche:
up, but the chemicals down. Wood products all over the map. Some drugs up, others down.
The puzzle misses too many pieces to tell if it spells out cyclical or growth. The auction today could provide one of the pieces. Of course, I am betting that it will be "row" or some other part of "growth."
Too early to tell.
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