Fresh 1-month lows came in at 3,188, one of the highest readings in the last four years, and it signals a short-term bounce.

However, after the initial pop, more often than not, the low is retested.

The bottom line is if you wanted to lighten up, it probably pays to wait a few days and then do it.

Secondly, if you are into playing bounces, the fresh one-month lows coupled with the McClellan Oscillator, which is oversold, gives you a good backdrop.

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