Technology Sector Continues to Lead, As Market Forgets Last Week.

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It has even been a week, and the S&P 500 is right back to 2,397. Last week the world was crashing, and the S&P 500 was down 1.8 percent. Today it would seem and feel as though it never even happened. Pretty amazing, the short-term memory of the market. Perhaps more important a sign of just how strong the underlying bid in the equity market truly is.

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The 2.20 percent level in the Ten-Year is very strong support level at this point.
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The Dollar appears to be at over-sold levels
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Over the last month Technology is the clear winner.
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The 10-2 spread has been contracting, meaning the yield curve is flattening. But…
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That is is because the 2 year is rising faster than the 10 year, not because the 10-year is falling to the 2 year.
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