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Is The S&P 500 Correcting Towards 2125 Points?

What a difference a week or two can make in markets. The sentiment early August was overly bullish, right at a time when volatility hit historic lows (never seen before as long as VIX is trading). Most leading stock indexes hit another all-time high on
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