With so many mounting global worries, what just took place in stocks has rarely happened in the past 117 years.

From Jason Goepfert at SentimenTrader:  The Dow has had a big little losing streak. Over the past 30 days, the index has seen 27 days with either a loss or tiny gain. That’s among the worst stretches since 1900, especially when the overall loss is small and it occurs relatively close to a multi-year high. The others usually led to gains over the next several months, and the exceptions’ losses were all small…


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The Dow’s Big Little Losing Streak
Yet another down day for the Dow Industrials on Wednesday means that since the “breakaway gap” on March 1, the index has enjoyed only 4 days with a gain of more than 0.25%. That ranks among the weakest stretches since 1900.

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