technical analysis

If you own a portfolio of individual stocks, you feel it.
The S&P and Dow ETFs look headed to new highs for the year.
It looks as if the bulls are winning.
What would happen if we use the Russell for comparison?
Short-term bearish, long-term bullish.
The iShares Transportation Average (IYT) is one to watch.
Look at the ratio of the S&P to the Russell.
A long-only play should work -- and so should a pair trade with gold.
Vail Resorts is tempting, but way too expensive.
Here's how these potential catalysts jibe with the technicals.

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