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Weekly Market Outlook – This Is Where Traders Have To Commit, Or Flinch
The bears had their opportunity to quell the rally - or at least shut it down for a while. When push came to shove as the three-day weekend approached though, the bulls wanted it more.
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No, December's Retail Sales Didn't "Fall"... At Least Not How You Think
Yes, the pace of spending growth was the weakest it's been in nearly a decade, but it must be mentioned that December's total was up against a monumentally tough comparison.
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Sector Leadership Becomes Evident As The January Rally's Dust Settles
Just like the December implosion hit all stocks rather uniformly, the bounce back from that late December low has also been distributed evenly.
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Keep Calm And Bet Against The Crowd
Not even the professionals and the pundits are immune to the impact that fear can have on the decision-making process.
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January US Jobs Report Was Far More Impressive Than It Should Have Been
Although the 800,000 furloughed government workers were technically counted as employed for the purpose of number-crunching, it can’t be ignored that the number of people with jobs fell, while the number of people officially unemployed expanded.
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Industrials, Materials Rebounds Remain Firm In Face Of New Pushback
With the dust finally settling though, the leaders and laggards are finally starting to diverge. And, it's the recent market weakness - perhaps tepidness would be a better word - that's allowing it to happen.
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