A Whole Lot of Ugly

The warning signs I've been writing about for the past week proved prescient. The indices, which have been covering up much of the recent weakness, suffered their worst losses since Oct. 8. There was a whole lot of ugly out there and nothing to indicate that it can't continue.

The Twitter (TWTR) IPO went off without a hitch but even though it traded well, it still was a likely catalyst for much of the selling. The event had received so much attention it was difficult not to believe that it might be a sell-the-news event for the broader market, especially since so many stocks have already been showing signs of weakness....1279 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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