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The technology sector started off quiet, then around 12 p, a program came in and the Algo’s appeared to take over bringing the sector down pretty hard. The Technology ETF (XLK) was down around 1.6 percent on the day.
Algo’s Take ’em Down
Today’s move lower took us back to the June 9 sell-off lows. Setting up a critical support level.
What To Watch For
It will be important to see how the sector recovers in the morning or if the selling continues. It could be a case of filling the gap from June 19.
Today’s selling seemed methodical, with a get ’em done by the end of day feel.
Remember with next week being a holiday week liquidity in the market will become an issue as the week draws to a close.
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