Stocks for a China-Driven Market

China on! That's what's happening today with the oils and minerals flying, and while many are saying that oil is up because of Iranian supply cuts, I think it's because of scuttlebutt that the Chinese are cutting rates as early as this Sunday.

Last night I talked about how this market has got a real volleyball theme going with rotations happening very rapidly day to day. So we caught two down days of oil as the group rotated out of the server position and took to the net. Now the oils are serving, as they have time and again after a couple of down days. I think we are going to stay in this rotation mode, because every time the group gets hammered for a couple of days, we are going to catch a rumor of Chinese rate cuts, and the shorts will cover, and the longs will flock to the quickly beaten-down group....198 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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