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Carlsquare Weekly market letter
- The US debt ceiling negotiations are weighing on the market. This will, of course, be resolved one way or another. But the outcome for the stock market may not be the bull run that many seem to believe
- Stock indices are stuck in consolidation. It is better to trade sectors or individual stocks in technology. Commodities are also an exciting area with some opportunities as a stronger US dollar puts pressure on the sector
- As the chart below shows, the number of put options outstanding is the highest it has been in a long time.
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