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Rebalancing and Pullback

S&P 500 gained amid modestly risk-on credit markets, which I looked for to happen following Wednesday’s stumbling. At the same time, crude oil including oil stocks retreated a little in what can be in no way qualified as having topped. Precious metals bucked the daily hesitation in the commodities CRB Index, but silver’s steep ascent yesterday points to a likely decline in the PMs complex today – one that would drag commodities along. Such a development is though merely temporary – we haven’t seen either commodities or PMs tops.

Summing up, no material change in the outlook of respective markets occured yesterday. Paper assets are likely to have a relatively good day while real assets will get the shorter end of the stick today.

There won’t be a regular analysis featuring charts or Twitter activities stretching into next week as well, but I’m keeping a close eye on the markets and will issue a sound commentary whenever required by the markets on my watch.

Thank you for your patience, and have a nice weekend.

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4 thoughts on “Rebalancing and Pullback”

  1. Hi Monica, hope all is well. Thanks, for the comments and insight that you provide. Based on the major indices weekly's, I believe that my general indicators are flashing buy signals here even though there's resistance short term at least on SPY at 453 IMO.

    1. Hello again Cornel, thank you and I hope likewise. As per last Monday's article, I also think that we're about to make a shallow low, which would be followed by more upside (this upswing would last several weeks). Have a great day today!

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