In the Apple Bounce Camp

How many times have we heard that we should wait until after the election because then there would be clarity? Heck, we heard it so often even my mother reported it to me last week. Well, here we are two days and 3% lower after the election and I see folks on television telling us we should wait for the fiscal cliff to be resolved before we have clarity.

I found myself considering this on Thursday, since we clearly have clarity. We have a president by a clear win. There is no uncertainty. That's when I realized that folks don't really mean they want clarity. Wanting clarity is a euphemism for "still bearish." Once we have clarity, according to them, it means that they are now bullish....376 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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