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How Helpful Are Two Consecutive S&P 500 Inside Weeks?

Rare Occurrence On S&P 500’s Weekly Chart The S&P 500’s weekly chart did something recently that indicates investor confusion and indecisiveness. From CNBC: The S&P 500 just experienced two “inside weeks” in a row for the first time since February 2008, an indication that the market may be in for a major breakdown or breakout [...]
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