The pockets of extremely strong momentum as 20 million people lose their jobs creates great confusion for those that are trying to apply logic to the market.
It's very broad, correlated buying as underinvested bulls try to put more cash to work.
One question I found particularly interesting revolved around the structure of the equity puts Berkshire Hathaway sold years ago during the financial crisis.
Traders should be celebrating this action as it will give us a fresh crop of opportunities.
Hong Kong and South Korea are notable success stories. But India's travails appear to be only beginning, a path other underdeveloped nations may follow.
The earnings tonight from Amazon and Apple are the most important of the quarter.
While the power of the Fed is unquestionable, there will be issues that liquidity simply can't fix.
Maybe it ends up being a small price to pay to avoid a depression.
Our job is to try to embrace the price action as best we can even if we don't see the logic behind it.
It is hard to fully understand how the worst economic crisis we have ever seen is not creating more pressure on stocks.