The tech sell-off coincided with Citron's research cautious tweet about crowd favorite NVDA. The tweet reversed the stock from an 8 point gain to a 10 point loss on 92-million shares which is about 4-times the daily average.
For the old school home-gamers everything looked fine at the close, the Dow Jones closed the day up 89 points. The small caps held up well also with a half percent gain led by banks and oils. But the carnage was in tech.
The small caps are the ones to watch here, the IWM recently broke a 6-month consolidation zone to the upside and looks like it will take the lead from some of the larger names going forward.
Stock of The Week Recap
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