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Tom Chechatka

Curiously enough, the top two worst days of '08 ... and eight out of ten ... have occurred since relative strength bottomed on 10/10 and started trending higher (this while only nominal new lows were being set in major indexes). Might the preponderance of awful trading days occurring nearer '08 lows be having the effect of shaking out shares from weak hands into strong?

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