Stick With the Trend

Once again the action shows that it is better to stick with the trend than to time a market top. The market is chugging along and hitting new highs even though the gains in the indices aren't all the large. There just isn't any selling pressure and traders have no choice but to keep making buys if they want to keep pace.

The challenge is that even with a bullish bias, it takes a lot of work to find the right vehicles. You can't just throw money at anything and make money, which is often the case in strong uptrends. In this market, you really have to be a good stock picker to outperform and only a small group of stocks is really working the way you'd expect in an uptrending market....106 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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