Bad News Is Still Bad News

We didn't see crazy swings today like we saw yesterday. Instead, the market gapped down slightly and then slowly crawled lower the rest of the day. It was a very dull session with many market participants reluctant to do anything significant in front of Friday's jobs news.

The main fear is that we might have a situation where good news is bad news because it means that the Fed may start to taper sooner rather than later. But bad news is bad because it means the economy still stinks and the Fed isn't going to do anything additional. For a while, the bulls were enjoying the "All news is good news" nature of economic reports, but I'm concerned that the reverse may be kicking in as QE comes to an end....1129 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

Read the full story and get access to the Real Money Pro trading floor.

There’s no substitute for a trading floor to get great ideas, so Jim Cramer created a better one at Real Money and blogs there exclusively. We then added legendary hedge fund manager, Doug Kass, with his exclusive Daily Diary and best investing ideas. Staffed with more than 4 dozen investing pros, money managers, journalists and analysts, Real Money Pro gives you a flood of opinions, analysis and actionable trading advice found nowhere else, and allows you to interact directly with each expert.

Already a Subscriber? Please login.

Except as otherwise indicated, quotes are delayed. Quotes delayed at least 20 minutes for all exchanges. Market Data provided by Interactive Data. Company fundamental data provided by Morningstar. Earnings and ratings provided by Zacks. Mutual fund data provided by Valueline. ETF data provided by Lipper. Powered and implemented by Interactive Data Managed Solutions.

TheStreet Ratings updates stock ratings daily. However, if no rating change occurs, the data on this page does not update. The data does update after 90 days if no rating change occurs within that time period.

IDC calculates the Market Cap for the basic symbol to include common shares only. Year-to-date mutual fund returns are calculated on a monthly basis by Value Line and posted mid-month.