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The Time Warner Cable office is shown in Carlsbad, California November 5, 2012. Time Warner Cable Inc, the second largest U.S. cable operator, reported a quarterly profit that missed estimates as the company lost more video subscribers than expected, sending its shares down more than 6 percent on Monday.
The Time Warner Cable office is shown in Carlsbad, California November 5, 2012. Time Warner Cable Inc, the second largest U.S. cable operator, reported a quarterly profit that missed estimates as the company lost more video subscribers than expected, sending its shares down more than 6 percent on Monday.
(Mike Blake/Reuters)

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North American markets continue to retreat from frothy conditions, and in some cases, according to our preferred technical indicator, the selling appears to have gone too far. For more aggressive investors, there are some attractive entry points.