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Stocks fell on Friday in the wake of Britain's stunning vote to leave the European Union, affording buying opportunities for investors willing to jump into a decidedly uncertain market.
The vote pulled the rug out from under world markets.
But further weakness in small-cap stocks will shift all five major averages to negative this week.
Britain's vote on leaving the EU could have an affect on the S&P 500 and the sector exchange-traded funds that track it.
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As we face the official start of summer, these well-timed tourism sector stocks should give off the much-needed heat that the rest of the equity market lacks.
This Southeast Asian country has gone the longest of any market in the world without a major correction.
The S&P 500 was helped by the materials, financials, health care and utilities sectors, but their technical charts are flashing warnings.
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A flight to safety to dividend-paying utilities remains a warning as some global stock markets are in bear market territory.
The stock market is going even higher, while crude oil is set to reverse and gold is approaching a very important support level.
These three major stock market indices are again making runs at these base-top pivots, offering reason for cautious optimism.
The stock, as it has done the past three months, will reverse course in the next couple of weeks and regain the 50-day at $147, delivering an 11% gain.