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There are times when there isn't much logic to the market action. This week has definitely been one of those times. We have been jerked around in both directions but overall it looks like the bulls have won the contest. Of course, the way the market has been moving lately, the likelihood is that today's winner is going to be tomorrow's loser.

What has been particularly interesting this week is how irrelevant the political debate over the sequester has been to the market. It has pretty much ignored the whole thing despite President Obama's claim that the world would end. After the way the market acted during the fiscal cliff debate, it is a bit surprising that this is such a nonevent, but at least it does make more sense that we aren't dancing around to the politicians....158 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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