|Day's range||1,706.34 - 1,758.91|
|52-week range||1,641.47 - 2,138.45|
There may be room to maneuver and slim down further now that we're seeing real economic consequence over time.
Inverse ETFs surged yesterday despite the Fed's less-hawkish tone. Yellen's testimony probably have triggered the market selloffs.
Stocks fell after the Federal Reserve announced its latest hike to interest rates, while also saying it may not tighten the screws much more on the economy. The Fed raised its key overnight rate by a quarter of a percentage point, the same size as its last increase, in its campaign to drive down inflation. The Nasdaq composite fell 190.15 points, or 1.6%, to 11,669.96.