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As the stock indexes continue trading near all-time highs, there are many cracks under the surface.
China set the stage for a market selloff on Friday by imposing new short selling regulations.
Stocks finished higher to close the trading week, but the lack of volume and liquidity is an issue going forward.
Stocks closed higher on Wednesday but look vulnerable to a sell-off later this week.
Tuesday trading was suspect from the start if you look at the S&P 500 ETF's volume.
The jobs report on Friday can be a game changer.
Traders and Investors should use caution going forward.
The stock indexes should now close the month of March and the quarter on the upside as traders position for the second quarter.
After testing the low end of their respective risk ranges, the stock indexes should head higher into the end of the month.
Nasdaq and S&P 500 are close to nine straight quarters of closing in the green.