There Are Signs of Health

 | Nov 26, 2012 | 10:34 AM EST  | Comments
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Say what you want about this market, it does keep giving you chances to get in.

Gone are the days where we would have two or three days of powerful rallies and then a horrendous selloff. Now we have declines that are more sloping after advances and if you want to wait to get in, you don't need to chase.

That's a healthy market.

I look at today's action and I see a market that is trying to make a stand. We see some of the better retailers reacting to the positive Black Friday anecdotes. We have two analysts come out hard on Apple (AAPL) and after an initial waffling, we get an advance.

We have gentle declines in the oils. All of these are examples of how you could get in if you wanted to.

Believe me, we solve Greece and we get an a framework or a delay on the fiscal cliff you will rue that you didn't used these dips to do some buying.

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