Technology is looking bad, but energy and small-caps are a different story.
The lack of intraday fluctuations makes trading very challenging.
Let's examine the factors that are driving the buy-the-dip action and reasons that behavior could go into reverse.
The market's resilience is a function of lemming-like behavior amid economic and global conditions that are less secure than many believe.
Things are getting more expensive on Bond Street for us.
Central banks' talk of taking the punch bowl away will increase bond market volatility.
Demand for crude is on the rise globally, suggesting this may not be another head-fake.
Close but no cigar so far.
The long volatility trade has been a loser this year and quite frankly, for several years.
They may not be for everybody, but I'm sticking with bonds.

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