Staying on Track

The bounce from the lows has not been quite as energetic, but the spectator action in Apple (AAPL) seems to be distracting the bears and keeping the market on track. As I wrote yesterday, it's the close that counts, and until we actually see a weak finish, don't bet against this market.

AAPL is covering up some weakness, but breadth has been improving most of the day and the NYSE is now back to even. You can almost sense the desire in this market to squeeze those poor bears who keep begging for some sort of pullback. It makes too much common sense to rest when we haven't had a single down day of any significance this year....69 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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