Overbought conditions suggest the start of a long-overdue correction.
Recent deterioration in the short-term technical outlook means now more than ever, investors must take decisive action to lock in recent gains.
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Every high-flying market is bound to find patches of rough air, and the charts show a potential decline is in store. However, several plays should defy these trends.
They handily outperformed in 2011, but recent technical action suggests the Dow could be more vulnerable than the now-lagging S&P 500.
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