Time to Buy, Not Sell

We have had five straight benign down days. That's really the only way I can describe them because we have seen a lot of stocks refuse to go down. Today, for example, the banks rallied. Are mortgage rates coming down? Some are. But I put this one on the rumors that the Justice Department might let up on its endless pursuit of JPMorgan. Memo to Morgan: We learned from BP (BP) that you can't trust the government to make a deal, so try to get something to hold that is harmless in the event you do try to strike a compromise.

Tech shined again today and the oils did well. You don't get that kind of distribution where you have whole sectors such as tech and banks go higher and really feel that the bull is being threatened....83 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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