The end result is a ho-hum year for the market.

Tech stocks are on the sale rack. Unequivocally, investors are bargain-hunting.

I'd give Michigan stocks a C-. U.S. stocks didn't do much better.

I think the economy will surprise us on the upside because of what the Fed has done.

We're still in a profits recession.

Nothing has changed in the last 30 days, other than the market itself to dispel the tremendous amount of earnings growth that is taking place in technology. It's just up to the investor to decide to what degree do they want to participate.

This year's intense competition in the auto industry has also inspired new display designs for 60 percent of the exhibits this year.

We're long on autos, short on oil stocks.

It's more and more the sobering acknowledgement that the industry is significantly challenged.