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Mean-Reversion Signals

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The mean-reversion strategy uses the PSI5 algo to generate long-only signals for SPY, QQQ ETFs, and long-short signals for ZN futures in the daily timeframe. With an active subscription, premium subscribers (Mean-Reversion Signals, Premium Articles, Market Signals, Trend-Following, and All in One) have access to daily signal updates. Registration information is provided below.

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Daily Market Brief and Signal Updates

Last update: December 8, 2023, after the close of the market.

Summary: Stocks gained on Friday despite a stronger-than-expected nonfarm payrolls report. The SPY ETF gained 0.43%, and the QQQ ETF rose 0.45%.

Long-duration bonds (TLT) fell 0.82% after the employment report. The 10-year ZN (H24) plunged 0.8907 (-0.8%).

The USO ETF rebounded by 2.18%. The US dollar index (UUP) gained 0.37%. Gold (GLD) fell 1.33%.

The day’s top gainer was crude oil (USO, +1.33%). Silver (SLV) plunged 3.17% and was the top loser.

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