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The Dow Jones Transportation Average should eventually reveal the ultimate direction of the market. Read Article
The service economy is still expanding but not quickly, and in some respects, it's barely moving forward. Only the employment gauge improved and not by much. Read Article
With so many imponderables, it's hard to forecast which way stocks will break. Read Article
Rig counts have continued to decline and may have finally hit an inflection point. That's bullish news for oil stocks. Read Article
Energy stocks pushed the major indices higher, but small caps suffered a minor reversal. Read Article
We aren’t bearish on financials, but we are seeing signs that uncertainty is rising, which will probably keep a lid on further gains within the sector. Read Article
The bar is now so low in some sectors that it won't take much to exceed forecasts. Read Article
The gap between Brent and WTI may widen sharply this summer if oil storage in North America continues to fill up, which will be a perfect buying opportunity, a once-in-a-lifetime buying opportunity for domestic energy stocks, because WTI will go back up. Read Article
The market finally appears to be placing weight on Q1 earnings. Read Article
I should warn you that we are probably going to continue to see some weak reports before the turn finds its way into the numbers. Read Article
It's been a terrific six-year bull run. So, are we at the tail end of a raging bull market that's about to be gored? Read Article
With such a lousy jobs report, there can be little doubt of the Fed's influence on stock prices. Read Article
The S&P 500 no longer has positive earnings growth, since almost half of its sales are from outside of the U.S., and thus investors are flocking to smaller capitalization stocks with robust earnings and sales growth. Read Article