Stress Under the Surface


James "Rev Shark" DePorre

 | Jul 17, 2014 | 4:12 PM EDT
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The market has been showing signs of stress under the surface for a while and it became more apparent today following news of a passenger plane going down in Ukraine. It is still unclear exactly what happened, but it is clear how messy things are internationally. The situation in Israel is also heating up and that isn't helping either.

As I've said, we have had warning signals lately with poor breadth, underperformance by small-caps and lack of vigor in momentum stocks. There have been small pockets of positive action in banks, chips and broadcasters, but the market has seen the list of negatives grow recently and the news headlines are now pushing in the wrong direction....1280 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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