One indicator is at a peak level seen only twice in the past two years.
It's hard to buy the "everyone is bearish" argument, but there are reasons to believe there could be selling pressure as the end of the year approaches.
This week a number of Fed speakers will crawl out of their respective cages and probably opine publicly on such topics as inflation and economic growth.
The S&P's valuation gap is widening.
It won't be surprising to see folks focus on earnings estimates being too high once late December and early January roll around.
Here's why we have tempered our enthusiasm just a bit.
How did I get so bullish on bonds? Several factors.
Here's our latest look at the market's charts and data.
There is plenty of fuel to move the markets higher, based on these indicators.
Plus, a few quick thoughts on how to trade a popular bond ETF and a couple gold plays.