No Interest in the Dip
It has been one of those days where buyers just aren't interested in the dip and staying on the sidelines. Dip-buying always sounds like a good idea when the market is going up, but when stocks are weak there is always concern that maybe this isn't just a brief respite before the rally continues.
The good news is that the action seems to be caused more by a lack of buyers than aggressive sellers. Breadth is poor and there is plenty of red, but it doesn't feel like there is panic or a big reversal in sentiment....206 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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