After all, there had been a prominent disconnect between the market and the fundamentals.
Today's Fed games will be quickly forgotten.
A tough way to make a buck.
Sentiment is positive not only on the 'cliff,' but on the chances Bernanke will keep the printing presses rolling.
To stay atop the food chain, I'm devouring these worrying messages from the tech space -- and from the Fed.
Yes, the indices have had a positive bias of late, but they've also been stuck under this “fiscal cliff” issue.
The Fed chief foresees a solid 2013 if the fiscal cliff is resolved, and I take him at his word.
For the Fed, BoJ and ECB, it would be most rational to concentrate on flattening yield curves at this juncture.
There was a time when the market would rally when the Fed chief had something to say.
Another crash is inevitable, and it'll likely be because of high-frequency trading -- not any Fed policy.