Earnings to the Rescue?

The media loves this slow, steady, upward drift of the market but it sure doesn't make for easy trading. It is hard enough putting money to work if you are bullish, but if you are bearish and trying to put on shorts, it is an absolute nightmare.

What makes things so tricky is that there really are no obvious catalysts and no real drama at all. We have the same old bearish arguments that haven't matter in months, but there really isn't anything particularly positive either except for this endless supply of liquidity. We all know about the cheap capital but it just keeps coming in an endless wave and holds the market aloft even when it is mind-numbingly slow....1055 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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