The Dow Jones Industrial Average clinched a six-day winning streak, its longest of the year, but it was not without effort. Stocks barely made any moves as investors wait until next week for earnings to gear up and give more direction. Lumber Liquidators (LL) was one of the best market performers as it rallied for its second straight day. Mid-week, the company announced it would pay $10 million to settle an investigation into whether it knowingly sourced illegal wood products. Crude oil rallied after a weekly count of oil rigs showed the active total drop by nine to 605. West Texas Intermediate crude was up 9% for the week and briefly topped $50 a barrel on Friday for the first time in more than two months.