February 19, 2013 at 16:53 PM EST
“Never Short a Dull Market” Has Never Rung Truer
The S&P stretched to new 52-week highs again Tuesday as trading resumed following the Presidents Day holiday. Bullish action in European equities set a positive tone before the open, and a steady climb ensued for most of the session. We also continue to see M&A activity in the market, which is bullish. This weekend reports [...] View the full post at: “Never Short a Dull Market” Has Never Rung Truer Related posts: SEC To Limit Naked Short Selling Of Wall Street Firms SEC’s Order On Short Selling Might Exempt Market Makers Short Squeeze Triggers Sharp Volatility in Stocks, Have We Reached a Near Term Bottom?
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