The market has had a tremendous run this year. Now some investor ask, “Are we at a double top?”
Dylan Ratigan explains a double top is when the market peaks out, falls back and then peaks out again.
Eric Bolling says don’t be fooled – the current double top is a sucker’s top. Although it’s a technical double top – Eric explains there are only 5 days of separation between the peaks.
Eric adds he sees some short term negatives – but remains bullish long term.
Jeff Macke says the trade is to get long stocks when the S&P gets down to about 1490, but if it breaks get out.
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