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Weekend Reading: Up Down Sideways

Submitted by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, We seem to be stuck. For the last couple of months, with the exception of the momentary blip to the downside, the market has spent its time within a fairly narrow trading range. For 43-days. the market traded within a 1% range before the “catastrophic plunge” (sarcasm) to support at 2125. Since then, the market has climbed, slowly, the bullish trend line into a fairly tight wedge – it’s been up, down and sideways.
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