3 Underappreciated Worries for the Market

We received the second good monthly jobs report so far in 2017 last Friday. It helped the major indices post small gains during the last trading session of the week. However, all three major indexes were down slightly for the week as a whole, which broke six-week winning streaks for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq and ended four straight weeks of gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The Russell 2000 was down more than 2% on the week.

Given the huge surge in the markets since the November election, I think equities are more than overdue for at least a mild pause in the weeks ahead. While all eyes are on the coming Fed meeting this week where the central bank should hike rates by a quarter-point, my worries about the market are more off the radar. Here are three things I am watching closely....431 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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