Why Worry About the Big Picture?

The bears were hopeful that the market would see the error of its ways and react in the appropriate negative manner to the government shutdown disaster.   The market did open a bit weak after a negative session in Europe and breadth was poor with 2,200 gainers to 3,250 decliners, but if you were looking for some aggressive selling you'd have a hard time finding any.

What continues to be most impressive about this market is that so many individual stocks continue to act extremely well. In fact, things are going so well that the bears are grumbling that all the frothy action is a contrary indicator and we should expect the market to collapse at any time....1252 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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