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If both happen I'll end up with 10% less allocated to stocks than I do now.
Valid plan. My pile of signals adds up to a solid "Neutral".

Also, a very simple technical look at the S&P shows a pattern of lower highs has developed since end of September, and the recent bounce has topped right on the declining trendline through those highs. So the next couple of weeks are of heightened interest to technicians- a move higher through that trendline would be a bullish switch kind of sign, a drop from here would be continued negativity (until that trend were to be broken.) I don't delve deep into technicals.

Another signal I use is the 10/50DMA crossover. The S&P is within a kitten's whisker of tipping that one back over to bullish.
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