Stocks continue to push higher, but Mark Newton Chief Technician at Greywolf cautions that not all stocks are moving up, pointing to defensive sectors like materials and healthcare.
Denver-based sandwich shop Quiznos is running out of time to reach an agreement on its debt and could file for bankruptcy as soon as Friday.
Traders are moving in and out of the market more quickly than last year, causing stocks to be stuck in a range.
Socionomist Euan Wilson of the Socionomics Institute has demonstrated the views on pot are more restrictive in bull markets and more tolerant in bear markets.
New Jersey legalized medicinal marijuana but the state is much more restrictive than other states like California. So far only 1,700 patients have registered with the state.
The Cannabis Career Institute teaches budding "ganja-preneurs" how to start their own marijuana business, which is still illegal in the state of New York.
Big deals like Facebook's acquisition of WhatsApp have helped fuel the underlying positive feeling for traders, says Meridian Equity Partner's Jon Corpina.
As Netflix subscriber base has grown, so has its demand for broadband. Netflix announced it will pay Comcast for a direct connection to its servers to improve streaming quality.
The existing home sales report on Friday fell to an 18-month low, but that didn't put a chill on the stock market.
Belpointe Asset Management's David Nelson says the market was initially satisfied with Groupon's light earnings, but decided the forecast shed an unfavorable light on the company's turnaround plans.