Gina Francolla is the Senior Producer of Quantitative & Market Data Services at CNBC.
The U.S. presidential election this week sent some stock sectors surging and others plunging as investors moved their money around.
The Dow Jones industrial average may have hit all-time highs on Thursday, but it's still far behind the Russell 2000 for the week.
Share of Apple's stock closed higher for the seventh consecutive day on Wednesday, lifting the Dow Jones industrial average.
Friday was a day of superlatives for the financial markets with stocks, oil and bonds all posting significant negative milestones.
Despite a tepid performance in November, the stock market is once again trading within striking distance of its all-time high reached in May.
A group of under-the-radar stocks could rally in the week before Black Friday, if history is any guide.