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More and more this looks like a consolidation period with shares having a hard time getting above 1950. That is because stocks bolted higher Monday, but closed back at the mark. Then on Tuesday we saw the flipside with stocks tumbling in the am only to climb back to breakeven at the finish.
What a consolidation period tells you is that the market wants to stay with a bullish bias for the long haul. It's just time to take some profits off recent winners and rotate it to other stocks. This creates sideways action for the overall market even though there are some extreme winners and losers each day. Once this process is complete the broader market usually gets back on the upswing.
I find the best way to survive these periods is to ignore most of the whiplash effect from the daily movement of your stocks (i.e. don't read too much into the ups and downs). As long as the fundamentals are unchanged, then likely they will continue their upward trajectory once the consolidation period ends and new highs are generated.
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