So Tough to Please

 | Dec 05, 2013 | 9:28 AM EST  | Comments
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Trying to digest all of the news: better gross domestic product, better unemployment claims. Better, well, everything.

And the market still doesn't like it.

How long can that go on? I think the crucial thing might be the oil-and-gas revolution.

Hear me out. Look at Conn's (CONN) this morning. These are explosive numbers out of a Texas-based retailer.

This is what happens when you have a boom. Numbers go up. Stocks go up. Separated from Fed speak.

More later.

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