1396003679000-stockmarket9After the stock market’s best year since 1997, warning flags are starting to go up on Wall Street where stock turbulence is on the rise and froth is being rubbed out. This year’s first quarter, which ends Monday, isn’t nearly as bullish as last year, when the benchmark Standard and Poor’s 500 stock index soared 10% in the first three months of the year on its way to an eye-popping 29.6% gain. The broad market is unchanged in 2014 after recovering from an early-year swoon sparked by turbulence in emerging markets and uneasiness surrounding the Federal Reserve’s decision to start pulling back on its bond-buying stimulus program. Russia’s decision to annex Crimea has added to investor angst as geopolitical risk enters the equation. MORE