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The dip buyers were a bit slow to go to work, but they showed up at midday and helped to deliver a pretty good close.
The DJIA and S&P 500 didn't do much today but the action under the surface was problematic.
Normally a surprise announcement of a European version of quantitative easy would set the market on fire, but this time the excitement fizzled quickly.
Peculiar rotations and odd selloffs capped a chaotic market week.
A few minor changes to Fed policy were enough to spook the market.
In this Real Money article, James 'Rev Shark' DePorre discusses how strong the market is in select individual stocks.
The bulls have not yet been able to put together another V-shaped bounce.
When even the folks on CNBC are talking about how the market never corrects and how illogical the action has become, you have to worry a little bit.
Anyone can buy and hold a stock, but the ability to cut losses and take gains makes the big difference.