Stocks have mostly drifted gently downward over the past several trading days but most indicators are still suggesting the bulls are in control.
Large-caps, with the exception of health care and energy, are all flashing buy signals. Small-caps are more mixed as the brief run of outperformance looks to have fizzled quickly. Treasuries, corporates and munis are warning to take caution as volatility in the bond market starts to increase. Junk bonds, on the other hand, are still a go.
In the currency market, the dollar is the only one that's still looking good as the euro, yen, yuan and franc are all rating as mostly sell. The international markets are a mixed bag with China and Japan both looking like they could be at buying points.
Here is the full scorecard for the week ahead.