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Just a "nuance" of correction to Wendy's post:

Going above 80 is a bad thing as far as equities are concerned. Dropping back below 80 is a relief, but is not what I would call bullish. 80 is sort of a place I would like to stay under.

That said, my theory is that the S&P will tend to move in a inverse direction to the USD index on a slope similar to the inverse of the slope of the USD on a given day.

While the trend is strategic, the activity on a given day is meerly operational.

Jeff
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