The Thrill Is Gone

Friday ended with yet another flat session in the major U.S. indices. This is becoming a pattern. Yet it's a change from the rest of the Friday sessions in 2013 so far, which had all brought rallies regardless of where the market had been earlier in the week. In fact, this was only the second Friday in the red -- and the other one saw the S&P 500 lose just a fraction of a point.

Where is the enthusiasm for stocks? I mean, this is supposed to be a bull market, isn't it? We are supposedly getting all sorts of equity inflows, aren't we? So why does the market lack any life?...484 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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