Catch a Ride if You Can

The market continues to see very good buying support and that is squeezing the bears, who have been anticipating a rest. There is very little macro news flow, but the anticipation of central bank action is all that is needed to keep trending upward. Even if you think that further quantitative easing is useless, you have to expect a very strong positive response when it is finally announced.

It was interesting this morning to hear CNBC call this rally "unloved." I can't remember the last time there was real excitement over a rally. Over the last few years, virtually every big move has been greeted with disdain and disbelief. I suspect that is a big reason that we consistently see V-shaped moves where the market walks straight up without any pauses or pullbacks....90 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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