If we get to giddy and the number of stocks making new highs is still low and breadth has not expanded, then we'll be set up for a correction.
Something is amiss, as macro asset classes are pricing a slower-growth, risk-averse environment ahead.
The 10-year and 2-year Treasury yield curve is on the verge of hitting a four-month high and no one seems to care, nor do they that the dollar is rising. Blame it on complacency.
Crypto could be carrying, rather than crashing semi stocks once again.
With both the Fed and PBC providing cheap capital, the market has a wind at its back.
Wednesday was the first day that Netflix traded on above-average volume since Jan. 24.
U.S. stocks closed out their worst week of the year Friday as investors shed risk around the world following a collapse in China exports, a sharp downgrade for European economic growth and a dismal reading for American job creation in the month of February.
How did our stock market do during these endless global routs? Better than everyone else.
I think you should consider that gold prices and mining companies could be considerably higher later in 2019 and 2020.
The Fed is bending over backward to be dovish.