The market's cheap money addiction is laid bare. No one knows how it will end.
While stocks make a nearly vertical ascent, ignoring ongoing economic weakness, blemishes are appearing.
The fate of the tiny island nation, and indeed the future of the eurozone and the 2013 stock market rally, hangs in the balance this weekend.
A bank run on the tiny island nation will have major consequences for the future of the eurozone.
Enthusiasm for the Dow's record high looks dangerously frothy given the context of the move.
A raft of poor economic data and technical breakdowns suggest more stock market downside.
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