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$QQQ short term up-trend in jeopardy; put/call ratio suggests bounce but interest rates and dollar rise and gold falls

With a lot of stocks weakening, the only bright spot is that the put/call ratio is at 1.11. That suggests the market could bounce soon. TLT (2o+ year treasury bond ETF) continues to decline, reflecting rising interest rates. And a sharply rising dollar. And declining gold. gmi: 2 gmi-2: 4 t2108: 35 Tags: QQQ
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