SPY ETF: Uh Oh, Jobs

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Jobless claims seem to be moving back up. Jobs are probably the most important economic datapoint for stocks.

That chart to the left means more people are out of work. That's not something you hear about in a bull market. It's a change.

If the S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) breaks 273, I think we're headed to 270.

I hated yesterday's weak close too. I don't like today's whippiness either.  Something may be changing out there.

After a huge run and some market dynamics in motion, we advised to hedge out.

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