Bears Fails to Roll Market Over

Twice this week the bears had an opportunity to roll this market over and both times they failed.

On Tuesday, the selling picked up as Fed Chief Ben Bernanke appeared before Congress. He didn't say anything negative, but he didn't say anything new either and we saw a bit of a "sell the news" reaction. A number of the high momentum stocks acted poorly and some of the anxious bears were ready to proclaim that the top was in. Unfortunately for them, the market bounced right back on Wednesday and kept on running on Thursday. The bears whined about how economic growth was slowing but the market doesn't seem to care about "minor" issues like that....1057 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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