What has caught my attention, if not my fancy, is the world of digital, or cryptocurrencies that trade 24/7.
A moody environment is helping to create more intriguing setups for the week ahead.
The market's eyes have been averted from real returns yet again.
China news and the upcoming weekend are good excuses for a rest in growth and speculative names.
M2 money supply has jumped nearly 25% over the past year, twice as much as during 1978 when inflation hit 13.4%.
Here comes the beginning of the end for digital assets meant to act as currency outside of national or global money supplies.
It's imperative that either Yellen or Gensler say they are uncomfortable with all of the leverage they are seeing in the crypto markets.
The hardest-hit stocks are starting to show signs of relative strength.
Calling tops or bottoms is impossible, but traders can learn a lot about speculative action by following the wild moves in cryptocurrencies.
The market's big problem is that the giant wave of liquidity that supported this market over the past year has dried up.