Renewed concerns over Europe and fears of the effects of a slowing Chinese economy on global growth are the latest threats to the 2012 market advance.
Traders continue to wait for pullbacks as the market digests recent gains.
Find out what a classic reversal day might mean for the rally in stocks in Thursday’s edition of Inside The Machine.
With stocks climbing deeper and deeper into overbought territory, the likelihood of a significant correction in the near-term has grown.
Typical bull market behavior includes potential buying opportunities on early session selling.
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Improving economic fundamentals in the United States and strength in the European currency continue to support higher stock prices.
Will typical bull market behavior of early weakness and late strength remain the week’s most reliable pattern?
Friday’s sell-off was no match for the bullishness of the current market, as traders sent stocks to new highs in Monday’s trading.
With stocks suffering their worst session of 2012, will traders continue to buy short-term weakness in bull market territory?