You know it's been a crazy month for stocks when yesterday's 0.07 percent decline in the S&P 500 was one of the four biggest down days in May.
I, for one, don't necessarily think that's a bad thing. As breakneck as the market's pace has been this month, this rally has been nothing if not orderly—I've been saying that since the S&P's uptrend started back in November. This week, as the broad market peeks up into overbought territory for the second time in this rally window, I think we're due for a correction. Just not necessarily a downward one.