They say one day doesn't define a trend. I'm not so sure.
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Markets always do what they're supposed to -- but never when.
The investor of last resort is piling into risk assets.
An ideal buy point for Tuesday on a trading basis would have been a down open.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's 9-day winning streak is the longest since November 1996.
Stocks drifted most of the day until what looks like a "Market On Close" buy program goosed the market.
Many stocks are entering my buy ranges again. The question is how much short-term risk do individual names have?
As you know, last Friday, December 14, was 90 degrees from the high of the year.