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Wednesday's Market Review
The broad averages finished Wednesday's session generally higher (with the Russell 2000 being the lone loser), but the auction's tone was almost entirely devoid of energy and momentum. The session's early morning green arrows were the result of opening gaps, and said gaps were triggered by explosive (earnings related) moves in both Google (GOOG) and IBM (IBM). However, if one looks past the few earnings related winners, there simply wasn't all that much to be excited about. And before anyone starts throwing around Apple's' (AAPL) earnings call to justify the generally dull futures action, let me be clear: The broad averages were acting lethargic well before Apple stunk up the pit with its earnings report and forward guidance....642 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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