Here's A Gem In Apparel Retail

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Market Recap for Friday, March 15, 2019

It was another solid day for the bulls to close out last week.  It was also quad-witching options expiration Friday, which typically results in much-heavier-than-usual volume.  Volume was certainly heavy on Friday.  Leadership was found in the aggressive NASDAQ, which jumped 0.76%.  The Dow Jones and S&P 500 followed with gains of 0.54% and 0.50%, respectively, while the small cap Russell 2000 lagged again, rising just 0.25%.  The Russell 2000's poor relative performance is a concern and is illustrated in the Current Outlook section below.

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