The Day Ahead: A Litany of Disturbing Stats

As I was putting together my thoughts about the market over the weekend, I was reminded of The Dead Pool -- in which a serial killer goes after a list of celebrities predicted to die in a betting pool -- and thought of what the equivalent scenario would be for investment advisors. Maybe that's just my own phobia bubbling to the surface.

At the same time, Ms. Market has seems to have created her own list of targets. I couldn't give a rat's tail about the action Friday, when the market triumphantly trimmed its losses into the close on National Employment Dread Day. Nor do I want to entertain the notion that the Federal Reserve will refrain from curtailing its bond-buying sometime in the third quarter due to lackluster job growth -- or job loss....472 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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