The Dow, the most easily and commonly manipulated index, has gone nowhere since failing to hold its 3.618 Fib extension at 34,430. It begs the question: what’s the holdup?
Usually, when a closely followed index goes sideways for a while, it’s because an important moving average is moving into position for a backtest. But, is that the case here?
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