the presentation on the Curis home page is impressive
I've had the same concern about the broader market trp, and that's def. something to keep an eye on along with the volatility index if anything should happen that might send things tumbling. Of course its also probably noteworthy that, despite the overall economy remaining sluggish, the stock market on the whole had gone a decade without rising any higher leading up to its recent highs, and was no doubt long overdue to see such higher highs given its history of progressive gains. I'd still feel a lot more confident in those highs however if our economy itself was truly growing as it had done during those prior decades, and I'm not convinced that it is.