Wall Street thinks the market is moving higher, which is why Tuesday's drop is so disconcerting.
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Investors are focused on whether or not the current issues in emerging markets will turn into a full-blown crisis.
Seasonality's ugly side tends to come out this month. Be prepared.
After a quick market rebound, a possible coup sends crude oil soaring out of a multi-year consolidation and sucks the wind out of stocks.
US Bancorp and WellPoint look like trend-followers' friends.
Don't be afraid of this asset bubble, take advantage of it.
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