Talk, Talk, Talk

We had another good example today of how strong markets tend to stay sticky to the upside. It looked poor this morning after the gap-up open quickly reversed, but comments from a Fed member about how tapering might not happen that soon brought in buyers and had markets running straight back up. That was followed by a tweet from Carl Icahn saying he took a large position in Apple (AAPL), which helped to keep the sentiment positive.

The bears continue to attack the market with a variety of fundamental arguments but that has been useless as they are incapable of accurately timing when their concerns might matter. This market isn't acting like it is worried about anything -- which is just another piece of ammunition for the bears, of course, who say things are too complacent....1183 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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