Daily Report : Weekly Wrap for Oct 15 - Souring Sentiment on Stocks and Bonds; Tech Pessimism; Commodity Rally

This week, we saw the unusual situation of low optimism in both the stock and bond markets. After similar setups, a balanced 60/40 fund did well, as did risk parity. Volatility has been rising, which hasn't been a problem in the past. Internal momentum in the S&P is weak, with a negative McClellan Summation Index, and that needs to change. Commodities have been rising with the dollar, and zinc has zoomed higher.

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