The Slow, Steady Climb Continues

Once again, the market showed us how dangerous it is to be too bearish too quickly when there's a little weakness. The market completely reversed the losses incurred on the Cyprus crisis and Ben Bernanke managed to boost it a little more by doing and saying what everyone expected today.

Most notable about the action was how dead it was following the gap-up open. It had good breadth but volume was pitiful and there wasn't much chasing. The Fed announcement boosted the action for a while, but it gave back most of that by the close and is trading down even further after hours on news of poor earnings from Oracle (ORCL)....1110 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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