Sixty three percent of my relative-strength sectors shrank since February 1. If the financial group of sectors (only 3) is subtracted, it is then sixty-six percent. That must mean that there are relatively few stocks that are pushing up the stock indexes (the S&P 500, the Dow, and the Nasdaq Composite). Despite very low GDP growth, no appreciable wage gains in more than ten years, tens of millions of able-bodied working-age adults out of work – the stock market continues to rise with no technical sign of weakness. Just to underscore the point, the 60-minute graph of the S&P 500 since the beginning of February shows a bullish trend with prices completely conforming to the trend channel.