If you aren't running a mutual fund, why trade like one?
If there are any bears left, I hope they aren't trying to short during this bull rampage.
It was refreshing to break the pattern of unending upside.
If you don't accept it, you are going to have problems.
It's pointless to fight this lopsided action.
| May 14, 2013
| 8:32 AM EDT
The DJIA has been positive 17 straight Tuesday's in a row. Is there any reason to expect that today will be different?
Sure, everyone wants to buy low and sell high, but do you have the courage to sell higher?
The action just keeps chugging higher.
It was good to see, if only briefly.
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