The market started off the year with the strongest three months since 1998. Now investors are expecting stocks to keep doing well for the rest of 2013.
Analysts say history has shown that when stocks are strong in the first quarter they do well the rest of the year. But some investors caution they've been going up for several months and that the market is due for a pullback.
Many analysts still think the market will set more record highs later this year and next year. They also expect the price of oil to move up too. They're mixed on prospects for other investments, like gold and silver.
"The U.S. is not showing signs of going into a recession and the Federal Reserve has clearly signaled that they will remain accommodative for the foreseeable future," said Troy Logan, managing director and senior economist at Warren Financial Service. "And that's good for asset prices."