Monday is Bounce Day
After some normal volatility on Friday, the bulls held their own and are positioned to see some green as the trading week opens. There are two scenarios I am watching here.
The first is the lows hit on Friday. If the major indices close below those levels sooner than later, we should see some trap door, elevator shaft, immediate selling. That’s the more bearish path. Scenario number two has the market bouncing for a few days and then rolling over to revisit the lows from Friday where the bottom is quickly formed.
As I mentioned last week, the quality of the bounce is so important right now. Poor participation or sector leadership may well have more intermediate-term consequences, but if the bulls can make an internal stand, the stage can be set for Dow 17,500.
Just like with the stock market, treasuries are at an important juncture as well. They are positioned to see more upside, but that needs to be much sooner than later to stave off a multi-week pullback.
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