Top Trading Links: Investing Trends & Market Turns

This week saw stocks take a hit.

Most of the damage was done on Tuesday, but by week’s end the S&P 500 Index (INDEXSP:.INX) had fallen 1.5%.

At current levels, the S&P 500 is just 3 percent off all-time highs. The question here:  Is this just a run-of-the-mill 3 to 5 percent pullback?  Or something worse?

Slowing momentum has pointed to divergence for several days, so this pullback isn’t unexpected.  Bearish sentiment has perked up a bit (see: Twitter), but regardless, a healthy break was due.

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This week’s set of links include macro research, investing trends, trading ideas, and some notable news.  Read up!



Are International Stocks finally putting an end to U.S. Dominance?The Lyons Share


Gradual Improvements Go UnnoticedIrrelevant Investor

Fund Manager Asset Allocation AnalysisThe Fat Pitch

On Being WrongCrosshairs Trader

The VIX is range bound but chirpingHedgopia


REITS, Rates and ReturnsPension Partners



The state of America’s InfrastructureVisual Capitalist

The SEC adopts T+2 Settlements for transactionsSEC

The Art of Applied FocusShane Parrish

The potential China effect on the athletic wear industryQuartz

The Power of The Invisible HandVinny Lingham

Podcast: Premeditated SuccessInvestor’s Field Guide


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