Low volume is a sign of structural changes and not necessarily a sign that the rally will fizzle.
The housing recovery hasn't been strong, but even that could be wiped with higher rates.
The yen has been been an accurate indicator of how investors perceive risk.
Low inflation and slack in the labor market has kept policymakers dovish, leading to strength in U.S. equities and in high-beta sectors.
U.S. integrated energy companies have been adversely affected by falling oil prices.
Falling U.S. interest rates have pushed funds into high yielding dividend stocks.
It seems that no matter what, investors just want a reason to continue buying bonds and pressuring rates lower.
A month after Fed Chair Janet Yellen's comments, ETFs covering both groups are pushing towards new highs on strong fundamental backdrops.
Gold mining shares are missing growth expectations as geopolitical strife heightens, but watch as the sector still holds long term value.
Junk bonds have spiked higher this week as investors rush in at attractive levels.