Whenever there is a universality of opinion on the markets, what everyone knows is usually not worth knowing.
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"Any fool can believe the truth. It takes a genius to believe a palpable lie."
Sean Udall is back to positioning Apple as his favorite large-cap tech stock.
Five consecutive losing days is a rare bird historically on the Dow, so the normal expectation would be for a rally attempt.
It looks like a break below 1,698 will be a first sign of great expectations not materializing.
Apple's guidance will provide limited, but valuable, information on the expected release dates for new products.
As my Dad used to say, "The market doesn't move. It is moved."
Bearish market participants have been screaming that the bond market is the biggest bubble in financial history.