If we get a liquidity sink, it’s feasible for the equity markets to move in concert with that. If that happens, and sellers show up, $ES does continue to look good as a “correction up.” Despite that, it is looking stronger than I would like pre-market here and the manufacturing data came in stronger than expected.
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