Table of Contents:

1)  We’re actually going to start with the charts on S&P 500 & NDX 100.  Can they keep running?

2)  If (repeat, IF) liquidity remains plentiful, look for the Russell 2000 to outperform in the second half.

3)  The Fed does not want another 1999/2000 style bubble.  (We won’t recover from it when it bursts.)

4)  It’s really weird, but the banks usually drop during & right after they report earnings.

5)  The DXY dollar index has broken several KEY support levels. That’s good for gold & emerging markets.

6)  If WTI crude oil can break its key resistance level, the energy stocks should see another nice rally leg.

7)  The Transports have gotten very overbought near-term.

8)  Interest rates are WAY too high to justify today’s stock market valuations.

9)  In this year’s World Series, the Red Sox will beat the Falcons.  (Oops, I meant to say, the Braves.)

10)  Summary of our current stance.

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