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How to Spot a Major Market Correction

Stocks bounced off their September lows yesterday. Despite the recovery, the chop is still in control of the major averages. And like most traders, we’re stuck in a holding pattern as we wait for the market to give us some direction. The post How to Spot a Major Market Correction was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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