It's Time to Duck

Equities continued their selloff on Monday. Indices were down a little more than 1% across the board. Both the NASDAQ and the small cap Russell 2000 are now down some 6% from their highs in March. The larger cap S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average have held up better during the market's recent gyration.

Given the huge run ups for both the Russell and NASDAQ in 2013 and the high valuations of some of the primary moves of last year's rally, it feels as if we could easily get further declines. A correction, a pullback of at least 10%, seems like a distinct possibility. I still believe the economy will accelerate in the second quarter as we move past winter, but the market could still be volatile as it goes through a long overdue rotation....365 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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