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Financials and commodities could outperform, but we expect more downside here.
Traders are complacent, and if the VIX drops to a key level, it is likely to reverse.
Weekly and monthly charts for the S&P 500 are reaching potential resistance areas.
The odds of picking winners at the Kentucky Derby come down to a horse's experience on dirt and the weather.
We're seeing some positive indicators, but be wary of overconfidence.
The indices' daily charts look strong, but weekly and monthly charts show consolidation.
If the rally is to continue, the volatility index, S&P and Dow must hold key levels.
As earnings season starts, the underlying trend remains positive.
Historical data show April is typically a strong month.
Despite grim charts, there are no fundamental reasons for another plunge.