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There is an epic divergence going in the markets with large cap strength and small cap weakness
The prospect of an end of QE and possibly higher rates in 2015 is likely to change the psychology of the market.
Pay attention to consumer cyclical sector weakness, while it persists a more defensive, cautious outlook is warranted.
Recent price action in emerging-market stocks and bonds is not confirming the 'crisis' theory.
Even though the market has hit new highs, weakness lurks below. What should you do as an investor?
Investing in hot growth stocks at high prices often ends badly.
Strength in cyclical stocks suggests yields could move substantially higher.
Nearly every asset class that underperformed U.S. equities in 2013 is outperforming in 2014.
The 15-year run of outperformance has left small-cap stocks significantly more expensive than large-cap stocks. Here's what an investor do to prepare for the likely reversal in the years to come.