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How Do You Call a Market Top?

Stocks have gone higher 4 days in a row banging out new high after new high. Now shares are within striking distance of 1700 which many feel will provide a bit of a resistance... but not necessarily the end of the bull market.

So what are the signs of a market top?

With this rally being 4.5 years old it is certainly reasonable to start contemplating the end of the road. So now is a good time to review the tell-tale signs of the next bear market so we can put strategies in place when that time comes.

I share my views on this vital topic along with other Zacks' experts and community members in this new Real Time Insight Post: How Do You Call a Market Top?

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Bull & Bear of the Day

Zacks Rank #1

Krispy Kreme (KKD)

The maker of the famous glazed donut is expected to see double digit earnings growth this year.

 

Zacks Rank #5

Joy Global (JOY)

With sales and bookings falling, this mining equipment maker is just trying to get through the year.


Stock Picking Strategies

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Funds Commentary

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Options Strategies

Ratio Back Call Spreads for Big Moves  ››


Video Reports

This Week's Growth & Income Stocks: (WFC) (NHI)

Growth & Income Stock Strategist, Todd Bunton, highlights Wells Fargo (WFC) and National Health Investors (NHI) on July 18, 2013.

Roundtable Top Picks for the Week of Jul. 22nd

Ideas for Homebuilders, and Banks. Opportunities covered include. SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB), US Bancorp (USB) and Webster Financial Corporation (WBS).

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