The Fred Report - Weekly April 25, 2016

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We believe the best course for the market is a pullback on SPY from this general area that is steeper on large cap indexes than small and mid-cap units.  We continue to be concerned that bond prices are making a short to intermediate-term peak and this means that rates are making a bottom. We know we have been premature in discussing a rate rise this year, but it still looks to us as if rates will be higher by the end of 2016.

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