Bulls Grow Weary

The market rose for a fifth straight day, but the even the bulls seemed to tire of the endless upside and it closed a bit weak. Market pundits will try to find causative news like weekly unemployment claims to explain the action, but what really drives this market is the same thing that has driven it for years -- lots of cash with no place to go.

Of particular interest today was talk that central bankers are buying more equities because all their money-printing has resulted in bond yields near zero. Many market players figure that with the central bankers pursuing equities with their trillions, this market has no chance of ever trading down again....1177 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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