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It appears a healthy round of group rotation is emerging, but caution is still warranted. Read Article
The economic activity in the eurozone is affecting global interest rates and raising the risk of deflation in countries with stronger currencies such as the U.S. and its dollar. Read Article
The stock market continues to hit to new highs in the U.S., but investors are still seeing mixed signals from Europe and the emerging markets. Read Article
Until small caps break out of their sideways tape action, I remain skeptical of the overall advance. Read Article
Despite all of the positive talk Thursday, the rally accomplished little. Read Article
Expect a pickup in volume and acceleration downward if stocks break lower. Read Article
As the end of the year approaches, investors will want to stay on top of the latest guidance in the energy, real estate and finance sectors. Read Article
In almost every instance of an upside penetration this year, a decline occurred within a week. Read Article
The latest economic data suggests that the U.S. as well as the rest of the world must be seeing at least modest improvement. Read Article
Monitoring support and resistance lines will be crucial in the near term. Read Article
From modest gain in wholesale inventories to improving GDP growth, the latest headlines suggest good things to come for the U.S. economy. Read Article
Macy's (M) is going into the holiday season strong, but retail stocks like Walmart (WMT) , JCPenney (JCP) and Kohl's (KSS) could use some improvement. Read Article
The S&P 500, SPY ETF, Russell 2000, IWM ETF and all the other market barometers are running out of gas for a reason. Read Article