Performance of ETFs shows that riskier asset classes have outperformed safer bonds.
The Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund looks headed even higher.
Oil takes another dip as energy stocks are stuck in a nasty downtrend.
The trick is being in the right stocks.
If the European Central Bank president is less dovish than expected in his testimony on Monday, investors may see a pullback in the euro and eurozone stocks.
It is an offensive idea to contrarian pundits, but the reason people are buying is because it works.
Don't expect any meaningful change in the Russell 2000 ETF.
If you want to stay active, you'll have to do more homework.
Investors could look to add on any pullback in European assets.
The vast majority of the volume traded in this market is by computers that care only about price action, not news developments.

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