The Day Ahead: Zoom! Ka-Pow!

Loved watching those vintage Adam West "Batman" episodes as a kid only after reading the WSJ stock tables, naturally. Those graphics that popped on the screen whenever Batman or Robin punched an evil doer in the face were awesome, truly made for a captivating viewing experience.

Let me be quite clear: the market is getting punched old school Batman style. Anyone that begs at knees to sway you otherwise is lying. Technical support points are being violated, most notably in countless pockets of the consumer discretionary sector (Nasdaq and Apple (AAPL) receive the most attention, be the other person finding new topics). I have a growing list of non-penny stock companies falling woefully short on revenue and for good measure, lacing earnings transcripts with comments that feed the bear cause....560 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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