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Small-Cap Stocks Keep Traders Bullish: 2 Sectors to Watch

There is nothing in small-caps to suggest that they are as frothy as the big-caps.

Still No Sell Signals, but 2 Concerns Linger for This Market

Throughout the recent rally, OB/OS levels have yet to enter overbought territory.

The One Thing That Could Cause a Minsky Moment for the Market in 2020

Which is older: the current bull market or Betty White?

2 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Fight This Market

Psychology data and valuation remain real concerns.

The 2 Great Stock Market Certainties

The inevitability of cycles is what makes many market participants so confident that they can predict the future. But that is a fallacy.

Don't Let the Indices Blind You to Opportunities in Individual Stocks

The 69th consecutive day without the S&P 500 falling more than 1% has many traders scratching their heads.

The Dilemma of a Wildly Overbought Market

You may want to anticipate weakness but the opportunity cost of poor timing is so high that it is better to be reactive, not proactive.

Green Light or Yellow Light? Depends Where You're Looking

The top-five stocks in the S&P 500 now make up 18% of its market cap, higher than similar peaks in 1999 and 2008.

'Ice' Supporting Market Gains Is Dangerously Thin

Insiders are now officially heading for the exits.

Will Big News Catalysts Slow the Market Uptrend?

Stocks are set to gap up at the open this morning, but the big question is whether the news flow will be used as an excuse for some further profit taking.