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Cracks are appearing in some highflying 2013 sectors.
I'm  monitoring because I believe a market thud should be understood.
Financials and tech, the most vital groups to the broader market, are far too robust.
It has become far less simple to understand how the Fed operates.
A few minor changes to Fed policy were enough to spook the market.
This week may set trading tone until next the next earnings.period.
This meeting should put to bed any Fed-related uncertainty.
'Asset bubble' chatter remains just that.
But this will have little to do with tapering.
Is there a Dow 333,000 in next half century?

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