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US Equity Markets Break Key Technical Support

Via Dana Lyons Tumblr, This broad gauge of the equity market (among others) has snapped its post-February uptrend line. The 2 signature events in the U.S. stock market thus far in 2016 are: 1) the post-February rally, and 2) the January-February plunge (in order of importance). A distant 3rd would be the Brexit affair. This post relates to #1. A few weeks ago, we noted that several major equity indices were testing the Up trendline defining their post-February rallies (i.
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