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When we look closer we can see on the hourly chart as well.
We can also see how the XLK test and the lows from Monday morning and was able to bounce.
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The Litmus Test
Tesla (TSLA) will continue to be our litmus test as to the mood of the market, as there is no other stock that has shown the strength and resolve of Tesla thus in 2017.
We can see once again that the Bulls stepped in a held shares up.
Actually taking the stock up into the close. It continues to show that despite the weakness shown in Tech there is very much a risk-on mentality still embedded within the market.
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