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Several signs point to a near-term pullback before new highs can be sustained -- and investors should capitalize on it.
Stocks staged a violent bullish reversal last week, but low volatility warns of a pullback before new highs.
The market is at a major decision point, but a number of factors now point to higher stock prices.
The market is vulnerable to a deeper decline, but seasonality tells us it's not likely to occur for another week or two.
Should we get a market rally, both volatility and seasonality are warning traders not to chase it.
Stocks are vulnerable to more weakness as long as an important volatility indicator remains above a key level.
Low volatility is putting an invisible ceiling on the stock market, and there's only one way to remedy it.
While the intermediate-term outlook is more positive, a number of factors warn downside risk currently exceeds upside potential.
Record low volatility and 60 years of seasonality data are telling investors to be on the defensive here.
Apple may have saved the market last week, but the bigger forces at play are telling traders to be cautious.