Forget Your Worries

When even the folks on CNBC are talking about how the market never corrects and how illogical the action has become, you have to worry a little bit. On the other hand worrying has been very expensive behavior lately. You have to forget the worries and learn to love this market.

There isn't much new that can be said about this market. News is irrelevant and technical patterns don't matter. In the old days when charts were important, a low volume, V-shaped bounce to recent highs would attract selling and shorting. In this market, that sort of action seems to generate more chasing and greater frustration for underinvested bulls....1065 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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