Schlossberg said any further gains in the market going forward are contingent upon Trump's agenda panning out.
So far this year, markets abroad are leaving U.S. equities in the dust, and some strategists say the outperformance could continue to accelerate.
The charts for technology stocks are forming a bullish pattern that points to a breakout, according to one analyst.
The answer to whether the rally in large-caps will continue may be found in one chart — of small-caps.
Strategist Tom Lee has a clear message for investors: Stocks are carrying more downside risk than upside risk at this juncture.
Used car prices are sliding, and some warn this trend could have sharply negative effects on relevant stocks and on the overall economy.
Kloza sees oil largely remaining in its recent low- to mid-$50 range for some time.
Investors should anticipate a correction as confidence around policy change in Washington wanes, Wells Fargo's Paul Christopher says.
Some strategists foresee more upside for McDonald's ahead of its quarterly earnings report next week.