The Trader Daily


Bob Byrne

 | Aug 26, 2014 | 7:30 AM EDT
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As you've no doubt already been told by every media outlet in existence, the S&P 500 cash index crossed 2000 for the first time on Monday. But honestly, outside of anchors on CNBC and Bloomberg, who cares?

While the S&P 500 was attempting to push through 2000, two things stood out to me. The first was how many folks on Twitter (TWTR) were trying to draw major (sentiment) conclusions by the number of apparent bulls making fun of bears. And the second, how many of the same old arguments bears were regurgitating for why one should not be buying the market at current levels....529 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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