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This Chart’s Shape Shows Where Markets Will Go Next

After a few weeks of "spirited" and profitable activity in the middle of September, in which we broke below the eight-week "ultra-tight" range and bounced up, the markets have settled back into the doldrums that have defined the past few months. The post This Chart’s Shape Shows Where Markets Will Go Next was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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