Revert to What's Good

Rally from nowhere? Or total mark-up. I think the best way to answer that is a bit of both. We had just worked off the overbought condition of the market, so mark-up buying could work. Far too often, we get into the end of a quarter and the market has already run so much that we don't have a chance for the mark-ups to work, and people sell into them. That did not happen today for certain. In fact, I saw no sellers of any real consequence.

But here's what I did see. No worries at all about China. Remember those last Monday. No concern about Portugal. Remember those? No concern about whether earnings reports are going to be terrible even as we are in crux pre-announcement period if we were going to see any....97 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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