Tech Talk for Tuesday August 13th 2019

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StockTwits released yesterday @EquityClock

VALE $VALE moved below support at $11.22. Extension of weakness in base metal stocks!

Caterpillar $CAT, a Dow Jones Industrial stock moved below$117.83 extending an intermediate downtrend. Responding to trade war with China.

OOOPs!! Argentina’s currency and stock market "fell off the cliff" as political uncertainty spikes. $ARGT.

S&P Retail SPDRs $XRT moved below $39.39 extending an intermediate downtrend.


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